Julia Bell's recent trip with the British Council to Bangladesh provides her with fascinating insight into the role of translation in creative writing.
Maggie looks at how parenthood affects reading - and writing - habits.
Poet Miriam Nash discusses the benefits of online writing communities - specifically a new one, Writing the City, launched this month by the British Council in Singapore.
Melissa De Villiers discusses how she rewrote her story 'The Confidence Trick', which originally appeared in Mechanics' Institute Review, Issue 5, as 'Mask', which is published for the first time on the Hub.
How does becoming a mother change you as a writer, particularly if you haven't yet finished that first great novel? Maggie Womersley cuts to the chase - with a pram.
Hub staffer, Anna Arbiter wrestles with that most writerly of subjects: the self.
Ahead of the Bad Sex Awards, a Hub staffer muses on the erotic in fiction.
A debut author tries his hand at publicising his book....