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Saturday Spotlight: New Book Releases June 2022

By Claire Buss, Deputy Editor, Write On!  At Write On! and Pen to Print, we want to help connect authors and readers, playwrights and audiences, so we've created a Spotlight page on the last Saturday of the month, showcasing some of the exciting new reads and plays available. The curated list ...

Write On! Features: Aphra Who? by Stewart Ross

By Stewart Ross Quite a city, Canterbury. One of the most famous in the land, dripping with history. It’s the place where Augustine set up Roman Christianity, where Becket was spectacularly murdered in his own cathedral, where Geoffrey Chaucer observed his pilgrims, and where playwright Christopher Marlowe learned his trade. Yes, loads ...

Writer Of The Month: Rebecca Seaton

Introduced by Mary Walsh. It gives me immense pleasure to introduce June’s Writer Of The Month, Rebecca Seaton. Rebecca is a former Pen to Print Book Challenge Entrant, whose novel, A Silent Song, went on to win second place in 2017/18. As one of the finalists, she received helpful mentoring from a ...

Write On! Interviews: Artist Ian Bristow

Write On! interviews artist Ian Bristow Ian is a student of the arts, dividing his attention between visual art, music, and writing. Nurturing each discipline consumes most of his time, so he spends the majority of his days in his studio. He recently released his first album, Bloodline, and published a ...

Write On! Interviews: Author Bernie Morgan

Write On! interviews author Bernie Morgan. Bernie is something of a late starter. After spending 14 years as a full-time mother, she gained a Masters Degree and within seven years was a CEO of an organisation that brought a new industry (responsible finance) into the UK. She took up ballet at ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Our Relationship With Words

By Eithne Cullen Welcome to June’s Thoughtful Tuesday page. Most of us think of June as the burgeoning of summer, with long hot days and plenty of sunshine. So it’s perhaps surprising I’m starting today’s page with this poem, which came through our submissions page. Although winter is fading away in our ...