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Retired police officer turned crime advisor to authors Graham Bartlett explains how important it is to include the senses in crime fiction.
Introduction to Therapeutic and Reflective Writing tutor Anne Taylor how writing can preserve our wellbeing, and announces her appearance at the free online Stay-at-Home! festival.
With the help of Lucy Cripps’ book Actually, the Comma Goes Here, Mo Harber-Lamond explores how to use a style guide and 4 common mistakes people make.
Author of The Problem with Goats and Sheep and Faber Academy alumna Joanna Cannon explores how an online course set her up for getting published.
We speak to author Ayisha Malik about ghost writing Nadiya Hussain’s book, her editing process and how much she structures her novels.
Novelist and short fiction author Clare Fisher speaks to our Faber Academy students about self-doubt, planning her work and getting short fiction published.
Faber Academy alumnus and author of Hold Your Tongue Deborah Masson shares her journey from taking our Writing a Novel course to getting published.
Author Paul McVeigh talks to our Faber Academy alumni about that all-important opening to a story, creating dark characters and the differences between UK and US literary markets.
In this interview, we speak to author Susmita Bhattacharya about her writing process, finding inspiration and travelling the world on oil tankers.
Our Faber Academy alumni speak to Head of Editorial Management at Faber & Faber Anna Davidson about the path to publication and why certain manuscripts are taken on.