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Amy Bird blogs about why we need to read our work aloud and how to survive this rite of passage.


Charlie Hill resists the pressure to tweet.


Rebecca Rouillard takes an optimistic tack on Twitter...


What's in a literary name? And why did Maggie Womersley name her son after a serial killer?


Amy Bird opens the door to the Muse...


Writers often feel pressure to be more literary but perhaps it is good to be bad...


Leila Segal explores the feeling that comes before the story and how fictional narrative is formed out of emotional truth.


...People have asked if I’m a writer of romance and whether my book provides helpful dating tips. Again, I point out the title, explaining that ‘terminal’, however you look at it, doesn’t promise a rosy scenario.


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