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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.
Our alumni spoke to the publishing director of Myriad Editions, Candida Lacey, about what she looks for in a debut writer, the benefits of using a small, independent publishing house and how to submit your work.
Author and PWA tutor Lee Weatherly speaks to our Getting Started: Beginners’ Fiction students about creating great characters and writing convincing dialogue.
Author Lucy Caldwell talks to our Faber Academy alumni about her research process and the difference between writing for the stage and the page.
Author Lucy Caldwell talks to our Faber Alumni about her history with short stories, point of view and the drafting process.
Playwright and author Hannahy Vincent joined us to discuss the differences between forms, how to get funding to write and what makes good dialogue.
Literary consultancy Cornerstone’s director Helen Corner-Bryant explains the dos and don’ts of attending the London Book Fair, and why it should be on your agenda this year.
Author Lee Weatherly gives us some tips on how to make it through all the hard work it takes to finish a novel.
We spoke to author Tim Relf, who publishes under the name T.R. Richmond, about his influences, genre and his research process.
We asked authors Sarah Hilary, Heidi Rice, Irenosen Okojie and Paul Kingsnorth about their attitudes towards plotting and planning their work.
For writers first dipping their toes into the world of publication, there’s often one big question that’s asked before anything else: should I self-publish my novel? Author Lee Weatherly explores the pros and cons of self-publishing.