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Write On! Interview: Juneha Chowdhury

Write On! interviews Pen to Print alumni Juneha Chowdhury. Juneha Chowdhury is a former teacher and agented writer from east London. She won the Pen to Print Book Challenge in 2018 and is a regular contributor to the Pen to Print Magazine Write On! and Write On! Extra. She is in ...

Friday Features: This Much Children Know

By Gail Aldwin As readers of fiction with child narrators, we are able to reinhabit the world of our younger selves. The world of a child is much smaller than the world adults experience, and this focus on the workings of everyday life can be very grounding. In my second novel, ...

Write On! Interview: Philip Bowne

Write On! interviews author Philip Bowne.  Philip lives in London and works as an in-house writer for The Wombles, a forthcoming children’s CGI TV show and book series. His debut novel Cows Can’t Jump was recently awarded the Spotlight First Novel Prize and longlisted for The Guardian’s Not The Booker Prize. Phil’s short fiction ...

Friday Features: In Search Of A Genre

By R J Gould I’d written my first novel! It took over four years to complete but, since I was working 'full-time' I didn’t agonise about this. Next, I did all the right things: gathering a list of suitable agents to approach, researching how to construct the perfect introductory letter and ...

Write On! Interview: As A Journalist – Leo Ulph

Leo Ulph, actor, musician and broadcast journalist, talks to Write On! about his evening show on BBC Radio Kent, why he’s passionate about showcasing talent on the BBC via the ‘Upload’ initiative, and how ‘anyone that’s making anything’ can get on air by providing an audio version of their content. As ...