Writers (Feature Category)

Writers

Literature Works at Port Eliot Festival 2017

As we head into July, we’re looking forward to the fruits of our partnership with the Port Eliot Festival 2017 from 27th – 30th July, this year themed as the ‘Summer of Love’.

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Charles Causley’s Irish Roots – Guest Blog by Cahal Dallat

In earlier musings (and in a Literature Works interview a few weeks ago ) I’ve mentioned how Launceston small-town life is so like life in the Glens of Antrim town where I was born, but then you’re never far from home anywhere in these islands

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Guest Blog post By Causley Trust Literature Works Sponsored Writer in Residence, Cahal Dallat

Cahal Dallat, current Charles Causley Trust and Literature Works Sponsored Writer in Residence of Cyprus Well, guest blogs on his first four weeks in residence.

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Miriam Nash

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Time to Write: What I gained from Grants for the Arts funding

‘Time to Write: What I gained from Grants for the Arts funding’ by Miriam Nash

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Guest Blog Post 2, Jamie Edgecombe “Exploring Genre and Setting in Place: A Plymouth Noir Writing Walk”

Jamie Edgecombe has been Literature Works / Plymouth University Writer in Residence since October. Working with English and Creative Writing students at the University, Jamie has been exploring the benefits…

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Last year, I won a prize by Tara Guha

Last year, I won a prize. I was, I think, the first prize of my adult life (and I’ve been an adult for quite a while, by the way). Certainly…

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Imogen Robertson

Writers

Residencies by Imogen Robertson

Writing is a complicated business – at times it isolates an author and at times it thrusts them out into the world in a rather unprepared state. This is more…

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Sarah Hilary

For her short stories Sarah Hilary has been awarded the Fish Criminally Short Histories Prize in 2008, the Sense Creative Award in 2010 and, most recently, the Cheshire Prize for…

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Nathan Filer

Nathan Filer is a poet and author. He has also worked as a researcher in the academic unit of psychiatry at the University of Bristol, and as a mental health…

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Helen Douglas

Helen Douglas is originally from Newlyn in Cornwall. She graduated from the LSE with a degree in economic history and after a stint as a subeditor in London, she moved…

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