Solitude is something I’m used to. I work on my own. But if you’re working hard, connecting with people via the internet, fixing things for other people to do, hitting deadlines (or not), that isn’t solitude—is it? One email that
This was the piece I put forward for the Noirwich short story competition, the results of which were announced on Sunday. Apparently they had over 150 entries and mine wasn’t in the shortlisted four. The winner got to read out her
The Norwich Festival of Crime Writing – or Noirwich – returns for another long weekend of talks, discussions and workshops in the beautiful settings of the UNESCO City of Literature – Norwich, Norfolk, UK. The dates are 17th to 20th
Don’t faint. I know it’s Thursday and I don’t often post on Thursday, but since I went into a bookshop for the first time this year I thought I’d comment on it. “First time this year?” I hear you say.
This is a creative writing exercise called ‘Mythologising Home’. However this one is from my writing buddy, Hilary Slade. Not only did Hilary write a great piece, it taught me more about the history of my nearest city in 500