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The Write Life With Clare Morris

Flirting in the time of COVID by Leo Lazarus

Emerging Author, Leo Lazarus's humorous flash fiction ponders the frustration of the mating game from behind a mask.

An Empty Seat in the US Supreme Court by Sophia Kouidou-Giles

Sophia Kouidou-Giles mourns the death of 'our warrior for equality': Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Shoulder To Shoulder by Ada Wofford

Ada Wofford discusses DeLillo's 'Pafko at the Wall' and the abiding romance of sports culture

Missing the Daily Pre-Covid Commute by Melissa Todd

As restrictions tighten and we are advised to work from home, Melissa Todd remembers the creative potential of the morning commute.

The Mediated Art by Adrian Salmon

Poet and former choral scholar, Adrian Salmon continues the debate about the relationship between poetry and music.

Devouring Riches by Rose Mary Boehm

Novelist and poet, Rose Mary Boehm discusses her life and craft with engaging candour.

Sunday Lunch with the Lawrences at Kiowa by Michael Paul Hogan

Poet, journalist, fiction writer and literary essayist, Michael Paul Hogan takes us to Kiowa Ranch, New Mexico in 1925 and a question asked of the host that has significance for us all.

Coming to Terms with Trying to Make Your Name by Sarah Leavesley

Poet. film-maker and essayist, Sarah Leavesley, with characteristic inventive vitality, tackles the perennial problem of writing a suitable author biography.

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In the Mughal Gardens by Michael Paul Hogan

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Get lost in this strange but compelling story from author Lloyd Rees.

Emma Lee Reviews ‘Wolf Planet’ by Oz Hardwick

Emma Lee reviews Oz Hardwick's 'Wolf Planet'.

Touched By Whales by Gail Harrington

Travel writer, Gail Harrington weaves her way through a host of memories and explains the wonder of wanderlust

Survive One Must by Chitra Gopalakrishnan

Or did the photographer just use the slant angle on a whim, without giving much thought to its emotional effect?

Faults and Fixes

Poet, and writer, Mike Smith explores why it is important to take the reader with you, when editing work.

Cretan Jail Journal

I’ve lost the feistiness and determination I exhibited upon capture, screaming for my right to a phone call and demanding the prison phone number so family in Kiev could call back.

Emma Lee Reviews ‘Hinge’ by Alycia Pirmohamed

Emma Lee reviews ‘Hinge’ by Alycia Pirmohamed