Our IWIE correspondent brings the questions back: this time, should those writing in English about culture that is outside the Angl0-Saxon world explain, italicise or trust....?
An Arvon writing for radio course gives Elizabeth Sarkany a new perspective on her writing - and on her aubergine parmigiana.
Hub Staffer tries and tries and tries to pin down the essay form...
In defence of creative writing teaching - Hub staffer gets riled by Ian McEwan et al on Radio 4's Front Row special.
Hub team member, Rhiannon Smith enjoys live poetry at the Southbank's Udderbelly - and relishes a technophile's chagrin....
The Writers' Hub team took themselves down to London's Southbank Centre for this year's London Literature Festival. In the first of a set of blogs about the bookish beano, Aidan Cotterell-Boyce reviews Slavoj Zizek’s talk from 5th July.
Hub team member Anna Arbiter enjoys a challenging, if messy, lecture from Jeanette Winterson, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the publication of her debut Oranges are not the Only Fruit.
Our regular IWIE (Indian Writing In English) contributor discusses the ’a’ word in relation to literature from the sub-continent and its Diaspora.