Date Posted: 7th June 2017
“Five weeks in and I’m still learning, will still be learning when I leave, but it’s totally absorbing…”
Date Posted: 2nd June 2017
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.
Date Posted: 25th May 2017
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.
Date Posted: 24th May 2017
Set in a sink-estate – a kind of microcosmic world where the struggles and strains of the modern world are magnified and intensified- Children of Albion tells the story of children who have become lost: some physically, some emotionally, but all of them living on the edges of life.
Date Posted: 19th April 2017
‘Time to Write: What I gained from Grants for the Arts funding’ by Miriam Nash
Guest Blog Post 2, Jamie Edgecombe “Exploring Genre and Setting in Place: A Plymouth Noir Writing Walk”
Date Posted: 27th March 2017
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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