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AUTHOR BLOGS
TRACEY WARR:
Open Call – Ecology of Words Workshop – Helsinki
Open call for expressions of interest from writers, artists, and others interested in participating in a workshop exploring the vocabulary of ecology, and taking place Sat 8-Sun 9 July 2017. Deadline for expressions of interest: 31 May. The workshop will set words off on irreverent adventures and ex [read more]
ALEX WOODCOCK:
Northeye Liminal
It’s a warm July afternoon on the southeast coast, the sun bright off the sea. I’m walking across a field in a train of people on a guided tour, bouncing on thick grasses combed flat by the wind. We’re  heading towards a marker post in the distance, a post painted mustard yellow, easi [read more]


ANTHONY WILSON:
On Not Being Anthony Wilson
On Not Being Anthony Wilson   I haven’t always been Anthony Wilson. For a long time I wasn’t even Anthony. I spent most of my childhood being called Wilson, because that was how my school did things. Even my surname, an object of fun thanks to the beautifully timed put- downs by Arthu... [read more]

JENNIE FINCH:
Telling Stories – it’s a real job.

There are hundreds of books and web sites out there to help you become a writer – or a better writer – but for me the core of it was always telling a story. I’ve always been a story-teller, first orally and then through stories and novels.  Even when I had a “real” [read more]

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