Nadya Mahdi reflects on how her characters come to life... and how life has influenced her characters.
TV producer Nadya Mahdi discusses why she has eschewed documentaries for the written word… for now.
Writer and critic Miguel Fernandes Ceia suggests literary awards are designed to serve commercial interests rather than endorse the craft and art of writing.
Maria McCarthy discusses the genesis of her short story - published in February on Writers' Hub - revealing the variety of influences and sources she drew on to create her piece.
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.