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Write On! Interviews Holly King

Write On! interviews Bid Writer and Write On! page editor Holly King. Holly holds a First-Class Degree in English Literature and a Masters in Creative Writing. She has written proposals for international businesses across four industries, for both public and private clients, promoting various products and services. When she turns off her ...

Friday Features: Documenting My Mental Health

By Eché Egbuonu If we were given yearbooks after finishing secondary school, I doubt that I would have received many votes for the 'most likely to get sectioned.' Getting sectioned means being admitted to a mental health hospital, regardless of whether or not you agree to it. During the summer of 2015, ...

Write On! Interviews Fulbahar Begum

Write On! interviews author Fulbahar Ali Begum. Fulbahar was born and bought up in LB Tower Hamlets, Whitechapel. Currently a Director for J.go Media Ltd and Author of LitSpeel, a manual and collaboration for therapeutic writing, Fulbahar was awarded for empowering women and charitable works in 2016. She is also a ...

Friday Features: The Last Beacons Of Free Speech

By Chandni Maugi In Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, the government keeps its people in chains: through distraction, leisure, and unrestricted sexual pleasure. Looking into our past, populations were controlled through fear of angry gods with signs of a solar eclipse, or flooding being presented as evidence of disfavour. Fear is ...

Friday Features: Leaving A Childhood Faith Behind

By Jaye Viner I was always curious about those people who marry their adolescent sweethearts. The things that make a relationship work when we’re teens are not the same things that make a relationship work in our thirties. And yet, people do this. I wonder about them. Are they fundamentally the ...

Write On! Issue 9 OUT TODAY

  Storytelling From East London To The World Write On! 9 is out today (see digital version here). Over two years ago in April 2019, Arts Council England Library NPO (National Portfolio Organisation) Pen to Print launched its first print magazine. Write On! continues to go from strength to strength and, as such, ...

Write On! Interviews Norma Armand

Write On! interviews author Norma Armand.   Norma is married with two adult children and formerly worked for Barking and Dagenham Council and Citizens Advice. She is now retired and does voluntary work. She writes short stories about all aspects of life, often focusing on the dark side. Apart from writing, she ...

Friday Features: A Way To Showcase Your Work

Patrick Forsyth reviews the rewarding process of producing an anthology Most writers want to be read – and be published – and publication may not be easy to achieve. Of course, it is possible to self-publish, though widespread sales are uncertain and the whole process is likely hard work. So for ...