Write Advice: author Paul Kingsnorth talks about his book, The Wake
Paul Kingsnorth explains how publishing in a less-than-traditional way affected the reception of The Wake.
Write Advice: Ed Wilson talks about agents and publicity
Ed Wilson talks about synopses, what agents look for and the editorial help you can expect from them.
How to revive your neglected novel
Simon Wheatley explains how our online courses helped him overcome his writing fears.
Write Advice: Mary-Anne Harrington on open submissions
Mary-Anne Harrington talks to Writing a Novel students about open submissions and the definition of literary fiction.
Write Advice: Mary-Anne Harrington on working with agents and editors
Mary-Anne Harrington talks to Writing a Novel students on working with editors, finding agents and avoiding mistakes.
How to write genre fiction
Tom Bromley explores how knowing your genre is essential.
How do you become a novelist?
Faber Academy alumna Natasha Rocca Devine details her journey into fiction.
Writing your novel: to plot or not
Danielle Charles talks about writing your novel and whether to plot or not.
Writers: should you plot your novel?
Paul Kingsnorth describes his writing process and argues that a story is a living thing that finds the right writer to tell it.