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Write On! Interview: As A Poet… Gboyega Odubanjo

Born and raised in Barking and Dagenham, British-Nigerian poet Gboyega Odubanjo speaks to Write On! about his work and residency at Rabbits Road Institute Library. Rabbits Road Institute Library was established in 2016 in a former Carnegie Library in Manor Park, East London. The books are all nominated by friends and ...

Write On! Interview: As An Author… R J Gould

This week Write On! interviews author R J Gould. Richard writes under the pseudonym R J Gould, for reasons soon to be explained. He has finally become a full-time author, having recently stepped down from working for a national educational charity. He is both traditionally and self-published, but from now on ...

The Origin Of Pen To Print

While the Write On! team take a well-deserved festive break, we will still be sharing every day with pages from issue 6 of the magazine. Today's page is our feature about The Origin of Pen to Print. Read the latest issue of Write On! magazine online.

The Magic Of Christmas

Introduced by Madeleine F White, Editor of Write On! This beautiful Christmas poem comes from Danny Fenn. A regular contributor from East London, Danny tells us about the joy of his Christmas past, while reminding us to translate the warmth of these memories into positive action on this special day. No ...

Friday Feature: Cooking + Books With Dina Begum

By Dina Begum My Inspiration I’ve written for most of my life, mainly in the form of short stories, articles, essays and poetry. My love of food, coupled with writing, inspired me to start a food blog several years ago. This led to collating recipes, hoping one day they’d go into a ...

Friday Feature: To Review Or Not To Review

By Claire Buss Like most writers, I adore reading and I love getting books as presents. I love it when people recommend books to me and I belong to three book clubs, which means I always have a huge TBR (to be read) pile and I'm never short of something to ...

Friday Feature: My Journey To Podcasting

By Don Scoby How I Got Into Podcasting Writing On Whidbey Island started when talking with my friend and fellow author, Tom Trimbath. Somehow, one of our discussions about becoming audiobook narrators morphed into the idea of co-producing and hosting a writing-themed podcast. The pieces rather fit… Tom pointed out there ...

Sharna Jackson: Game Changer

The Writer. Curator and Artistic Director speaks to Write On!’s Juneha Chowdhury about writing for children, the importance of being visible, and why the Mystery genre is so appealing. On a bleak and chilly morning, there's nothing like a good interview to warm things up. With pen and notebook in hand, ...

Friday Feature: With A Little Help From Our Friends

Authors Katharine Johnson (Katy), G D Harper (Glyn) and Helen Matthews talk to Write On! about ways authors can find more readers by supporting each other, and how they came together to form the 'Noir Collective'. (Authors pictured in featured image) Imagine it’s publication day. Perhaps for your debut novel. You want ...