Latest articles tagged with ‘Writing’

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Drabble Rouser: Brian Mackinney and the Art of the Century

We meet a writer who changed his life when he came across a very particular form of writing..

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Is Rejection Black and White? Guest post from Sara Jane Potter

Is rejection black and white (or something in-between?) A personal experience

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Camera Obscura: Bromley House Library's Collaborative Writing Project

​A group of Nottinghamshire creative writers created an extraordinary story during the 2020 Covid 19 Lockdown.

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Starting Your Writing Journey

Taking your first steps into the world of writing can be tough, especially if publishing houses seem impenetrable and you don’t know anyone in the...

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Nine Letters You Need To Read Now

Find inspiration for your letter of solidarity by reading these 9 famous letters from history...

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Making Poetry From Pain: Guest Blog by Charlie-Dawn Sadler

Winner of the MyVoice Creative Writing Competition, Charlie-Dawn shares her perceptions about how pain and writing are intertwined.

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Young Voices Gaining Confidence: Aly's Blog

A guest blog from prize-winning writer Aly Stoneman who has been working with two groups of Year Sixes on the Young Voices project. Hear about how...

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Young Voices Writing 'I Come From' Poetry: Tuesday's Blog

We hear from Tuesday Shannon, a writing mentor for primary school children on our Young Voices programme! Tuesday talks about how her first few...

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Young Voices Telling Their Own Stories: Paula's Blog

Award-winning novelist Paula Rawsthorne shares her experience working as a writing mentor for children during the first week of the Young Voices...

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Kim Slater: MyVoice judge shares her writing tips

Kim Slater writes Young Adult and Crime fiction. She published her first Young Adult book in 2014, Smart, a novel conceived when she was an MA...

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A Writer Called Arthur Mee

On the first day of (social justice ) Christmas, my true love brought to me.... a writer called Arthur Mee

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Becky Cullen: MyVoice judge shares her writing tips

Acclaimed poet Becky Cullen is our second judge for the MyVoice creative writing competition. Keep sending your entries in!

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