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.
Amy Bird wonders about literary characters who might have benefitted from a good night's sleep...
Christina Johnson reflects on her own writing process - the value of editorial input vs. the paralysis of over-analysis.
Amy Bird joins the rorschach dots between a pestle, a banana and a granny-mask in a piece of collaborative theatre.
After five years writing her novel, Maggie Womersley is stumped by inadequate stationery supplies in her quest for the perfect rubber band.
Christina Johnson laments the nation's decline in literacy and wonders what effect the Kindle will have on the next generation of readers.
Maria McCarthy writes revealingly about poetry self-publishing.