Articles, news and events
Keep up to date with our latest news, discounts, competitions and events, and find out more about the world of writing in our exclusive interviews with authors, agents, publishers, editors, business and screenwriters.
Helen Corner-Bryant and Kathryn Price from literary consultancy Cornerstones explain why writers need to learn to edit.
Charlotte Sabin explores what makes literary festivals so useful for writers, and who we can expect to see at ChipLitFest this year.
Katherine Press met up with BBC Studios Executive Producer for Comedy Simon Nicholls in an exclusive interview.
Story for Video Games course director Caroline Marchal talks to our students about how she got started in the industry, freelancing and recent changes in this ever-evolving industry.
Caroline Ambrose, founder of The Bath Novel Award, tells us what award readers really enjoy to see in submissions.
Script editor Caroline Young answers questions from students, and explores how to deal with writers who find it tricky to take notes.
With an increasing number of outlets for short fiction, there’s never been a better time to learn the craft.
Mo Harber-Lamond’s outlines his top ten tips to help you turn your crime fiction ideas into a compelling mystery.
Mo Harber-Lamond runs down his top 5 crime writing festivals, and why it might be a good idea to attend.
Heidi Rice responds to The Economist’s view that romantic fiction is ‘book-publishing’s naughty secret’.
We love hearing from our students, and recently graduated Writing Short Fiction student Ian Dodsworth was keen to let us know about his experience. Read on to find out more about his journey.