One of my friends bought me a pack of fridge poetry for Christmas, so this evening I thought I’d take a break from my laptop and play with magnets instead. In case you haven’t come across them before, Fridge Poetry Magnets are little magnetic words and you can use them to make poetry, get some […]
This week our writer interview is with Ryan Quinn Flanagan! We talk to him about the editorial process, meeting other writers, and setting himself on fire. Enjoy!
I think everyone should have their own happy place. Somewhere where we can retire by ourselves, or be surrounded by loved ones, or even complete strangers - whatever works for us. A place where we can either forget about our problems or give ourselves the time and space we need to reflect and analyse. A place that […]
There are thousands of books aimed at writers, that promise to show us the secrets to writing and getting published. In fact, just by doing a quick search on Amazon, I found 86,000 printed titles under the heading of Writing in the Reference section. And people have many different ideas about how to make your […]
Today’s writer interview is with poet and author M. Sakran! Find out about his journey into the world of writing, how he mixes poetry with artwork, and the challenges of writing novels and moving forward. I’m sure you’ll find something in this interview which resonates with you, as I have.
This blog has been written to give you one piece of advice today: call yourself a writer. It took me a while to learn this myself, perhaps because there are some misconceptions about what a ‘real writer’ is. Tell someone you are a writer and they might say “have you been published?” or “might I […]
This week our writer interview is with poet Fiona Sinclair! I hope you’re finding it as interesting as I am, discovering all these different writers, what their habits and inspirations are, and what backgrounds they have.
The March issue is out now! Featuring 16 poems and two flash fiction stories from a group of diverse writers. I hope you enjoy reading it! Buy Issue 23 print copy Download free PDF
Another week, another writer interview! Today we’re spending some time with Scott Thomas Outlar – poetry, fiction and essay writer, and editor for Walking Is Still Honest Press, The Blue Mountain Review, and The Peregrine Muse.
This week’s interview is with Idalis Harris! Idalis is an 18 year old poet from Los Angeles and is currently studying at Arizona State University. Her poems have been published in Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine twice, in July 2016 and January 2017.