Creativity is like lightning, it can strike when we least expect it. It can be powerful and yet it’s a fickle, elusive thing that even the most creative of people struggle to master.
Feeling stuck in a creative rut, Nicky reveals how our ‘Creativity for Writers’ course helped her re-find her imagination.
Following the first-ever run of our new course ‘Creativity For Writers’ Roz Watkins reveals how the online course sparked a new novel.
Feeling stuck, uninspired or unable to find the right words? We’ve all been there. But how do you beat it? Get reacquainted with your creativity on our newest course.
Adam LeBor explains how you can revolutionise your online writing research and security by understanding Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).
Author and PWA tutor Susmita Bhattacharya explores why she enjoys short fiction, the link between writing and politics and who should beta-read your work.
We’ve spoken to some of our favourite authors about if they plan their novels, and what advice they have for writers starting out.
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.
London Book Fair is the biggest annual event in the UK publishing trade diary. PWA’s Mo Harber-Lamond explores why you should get yourself a ticket.
Novelist and short fiction author Clare Fisher speaks to our Faber Academy students about self-doubt, planning her work and getting short fiction published.
In this interview, we speak to author Susmita Bhattacharya about her writing process, finding inspiration and travelling the world on oil tankers.
Creative Writing for Teenagers tutor Rupert Wallis speaks to our Summer School students about writing routines and how to pursue ‘being a writer’.