Interviews

An Interview With Bram Thomas Arnold, The Park Bench Reader

When we heard that Bram was coming to Plymouth Art Weekender 2017 and bringing the unique commission The Park Bench Reader to the city centre, we knew we had to catch up with him and find out more about the project and just why he thinks that reading is so important…

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Perfectly Norman: We Review This New Summer Read and Catch Up With Tom Percival

Needless to say, Norman’s enviable wings will be making us revisit this story over and over again.

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Depictions of Farming in Literature: Review of The Farm at the Edge of the World and Interview with Sarah Vaughan

We’ve all done it haven’t we–? Been sitting in some idyllic place, having a cream tea, looked out across the charming rural landscape and thought, yes I could do this…

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South West Writers Directory Interview: Ian Parson

We caught up with Ian Parson to find out more about his new publishing contract and how he divides his time between London and the South West.

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No Filter: An Interview with Orlagh Collins

On publication day for her debut young adult novel, No Filter we share our review and our interview with Orlagh Collins.

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An Interview with Cahal Dallat, Current Causley 100 Writer in Residence, Cahal Dallat

“Five weeks in and I’m still learning, will still be learning when I leave, but it’s totally absorbing…”

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An Interview with Royal Literary Fund President Tracy Chevalier

Most writers are passionately curious about the world; indeed, it’s hard to be a writer otherwise and that is reflected in Showcase. President of the Royal Literary Fund, Tracy Chevalier tells us about their latest resource and how it can support writers.

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A Note From Literature Works’ CEO, Helen Chaloner

“The two months since I joined Literature Works as CEO have been an exhilarating whirlwind of meeting and discovery, learning so much about the incredible variety of literary activity taking place in our region”

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Birte Hosken

“There is nothing more inspiring to any writer than seeing nature and countryside on a daily basis.” We interview Birte Hosken.

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We Review Trouble Next Door and Catch Up with Writer Chris Higgins

Trouble Next Door is the first novel in a brand new series for 5 – 7 year olds from Chris Higgins. A charming story about two little girls navigating a new friendship will appeal to young readers and adults alike…

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8 Month Novel Course

£950
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January 27 @ 10:00 am - September 27 @ 1:00 pm
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Appledore Literature Festival

Various
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September 22 - September 30