When and why did you first start writing? Writing has been a journey I dismissed like several other things that helped me grow into who I currently am. I’ve always written because of school and I was pretty good at it, or at least that is what my teachers and report card said. I would […]
When and why did you first start writing? I have written poems and rhymes from an early age and have always linked rhythms to words to help me learn things. I love playing with words; I love the silliness and fun you can create by observing everyday life, playing with your imagination and telling silly tales. […]
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 […]
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.
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!
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.
Our writer interview this week is with Katie Lewington! Katie appeared in the Peeking Cat Anthology 2016, and we reviewed her poetry chapbook Put Me Down, I’m Terrible in Issue 19 last October.
Our interview this week is with Laura Decamara! We’re talking growing our vocabulary, dreaming of film adaptations, and more.
This week we’re with Ken Allan Dronsfield, talking about jotting down the weird and the wacky, and leaving a legacy.
This week we’re with Mariela Cordero, talking about the joy of writing, and the challenges of being true to yourself as a writer.