Children’s Literature Interview with A. M. Dassu

A. M. Dassu Children’s Literature panel Interview conducted by Drushti Sawant A. M. Dassu, who is a writer of both nonfiction and fiction will be a part of the Children’s Literature panel at Surrey New Writer’s festival. In the interview she not only spoke about her internationally acclaimed novel Boy, Everywhere, but also shared a few … More Children’s Literature Interview with A. M. Dassu

Children’s Literature Interview with Ally Sherrick

Ally Sherrick Children’s Literature Panel Interview conducted by Drushti Sawant Award-winning author Ally Sherrick will be a part of the Children’s Literature panel at Surrey New Writer’s festival. In her interview, Ally spoke about her ‘story spark’ and what led her to build the character of her protagonist. She also mentioned how her liking for … More Children’s Literature Interview with Ally Sherrick

Children’s Literature Interview with Ben Dixon

Ben Dixon Children’s Literature Panel Interview conducted by Drushti Sawant Ben Dixon, the author of The Heroic Truths of Neil Peel will be a part of the Children’s Literature panel at Surrey New Writer’s festival. In his interview, he mentioned how his role of a teacher as well as a father helped him bring the … More Children’s Literature Interview with Ben Dixon

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