A difficulty of writing, as with any craft, is that the world tends to focus on the early stages—draft one, the blank page, beginning. It makes sense: a first draft, an epic quest in itself, one that requires a very specific mental concentration, the humility to abandon perfection, and the pride and ambition to keep…Read More
We sat down with Cassia Gaden Gilmartin, arts extraordinaire and founding editor of Channel. Channel is a literary magazine born out of the climate crisis, publishing poetry and prose with an environmentalist perspective. Their goal is to provide a space for literary work that fosters re-connection with the natural world. They publish work from Ireland…Read More
Offering insight into various creative processes and advice towards aspiring and emerging writers, here’s a quick-fire interview with the author of debut novel and true crime commentary Death of a Bookseller. Alice Slater is a writer, editor and ex-bookseller from London. She co-hosts the literary podcast What Page Are You On?, and edited Outsiders: A…Read More
Offering insight into various creative processes and advice towards aspiring and emerging writers, here’s a quick-fire interview with the author of Love Notes from a German Building Site, A Sabbatical in Leipzig, Midfield Dynamo, The Geometer Lobachevsky, and Little Republics: The Story of Bungalow Bliss. Adrian Duncan’s latest novel The Geometer Lobachevsky was shortlisted for…Read More
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