When and why did you first start writing? Sam, this is a tricky question. The when seems not to be well-defined, but I remember writing captions for my cartoons when I was around nine. I wrote my first meaningful poem when I was in secondary school (SSS 1 to be precise). The particulars of the […]
I recently visited my local library for the first time in many years. I wrote some short prose about it here (also includes poached eggs and being approached by a creepy guy). The library felt the same in some ways, but very different in others. It struck me how sparse it seemed – it wasn’t the wonderland […]
This week we’re talking to author and editor Jonathan Taylor about the importance of having variety in what you write, and how your writing routine can affect the form your writing takes.
This summer, thanks to an awesome, eagle-eyed friend, I was lucky enough to get a signed copy of Matt Haig’s latest novel, How To Stop Time. I’ve been a big Matt Haig fan ever since I read The Humans, which is a novel about an alien who comes to earth and takes over one particular […]
Hi all! As you may have seen me promise on Facebook and Twitter, here is a post to keep you updated with everything that’s going on at Peeking Cat.
Our latest writer interview is with poet, writer and Masters student Elizabeth Gibson. Elizabeth was published in the May issue of Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine, and you’ll also find her in the Peeking Cat Anthology 2017!
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Our latest writer interview is with Ngozi Olivia Osuoha! Her passion for writing is so clear through her answers to the questions – I love it.
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Buy Issue 27 print copy Download free PDF The July 2017 issue of Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine is out now! We’re a little bit early this month because I’m off to Sweden on Friday to visit sunny (hopefully) Stockholm for a week! So the editor won’t be around from 30th June until 7th July, but […]