Interview with Lucy Hughes-Hallett

Lucy Hughes-Hallett Magical Realism panel Award-wining historian and novelist. Interview conducted by Beth Roberts. Lucy Hughes-Hallett is an award-winning historian and novelist, who is currently chairing the judging panel for the International Booker Prize. I caught up with Lucy to ask her about her 2019 short-story collection, Fabulous, her 2017 novel, Peculiar Ground and her … More Interview with Lucy Hughes-Hallett

Creative Collaborations Interview with Paul Vlitos & Collette Lyons

Paul Vlitos & Collette Lyons Creative Collaborations Collette Lyons, author, journalist and editor. Dr Paul Vlitos, author and Lecturer. Pseudonym Ellery Lloyd, author of People Like Her. Interview conducted by Hilary Macey-Dare. People Like Her is the debut novel by husband-and-wife team, Dr Paul Vlitos and Collette Lyons, writing under the pseudonym of Ellery Lloyd.  I … More Creative Collaborations Interview with Paul Vlitos & Collette Lyons

30 Minutes to 30 Seconds: How to Use Length as a Device in Theatre- By Chiara Fumanti

Theatre has been a part of my life since I was tiny. I fell in love with it watching Miss Hannigan in an amateur production of Annie; I must have been about 8. I was in the show too; well not really in–in the show – together with about 20 more children, we were a … More 30 Minutes to 30 Seconds: How to Use Length as a Device in Theatre- By Chiara Fumanti

How to Write Short Fiction (And How I Fell in Love with It) – By Laurs Oakley

Before we start, I’ll let you into a little secret… writing short fiction is hard. VERY hard.   January 2020, (before you know what happened) a friend of mine sent me a link to a short story competition. She said I should give it a go, and why not! 3,000 words, how hard could it be?   Well, to put it lightly, it was the very definition of … More How to Write Short Fiction (And How I Fell in Love with It) – By Laurs Oakley

Adapting from Page to Stage: The Flexibility of Stories- by Tenikah Beveney

Adaptation and the form of theatre have been around since the days of ancient Greece. It is a fluid and ever-changing process which allows art to be transformed into any medium.  Growing up, I always had a fascination with the theatre, but no knowledge of adaptation. Either I would read the book and not watch … More Adapting from Page to Stage: The Flexibility of Stories- by Tenikah Beveney

Game Writing’s No Game: Why Interactive Writing Isn’t Simple – by Leon Lynn

Video games perhaps aren’t the first things that come to your mind when you’re asked to think of art or literature. In fact, many people I speak to about games writing seem unaware or even surprised that games can, and today often do, carry a narrative and artistic depth similar to or even surpassing cinematic, … More Game Writing’s No Game: Why Interactive Writing Isn’t Simple – by Leon Lynn