Are stories made, or found?

A guest post by H. C. Gildfind Part One: A writer is someone who writes, right? In my teens, I kept notebooks which recorded thoughts and feelings and the ‘goings on’ in my wild, rock ‘n’…

View Post
Share:

She murdered my brain!
(Some thoughts on the editing process.)

A guest post by H. C. Gildfind When my collection of short stories was accepted for publication I was very excited—then very scared! What if I stuffed everything up? Enter Josephine Taylor: cool, calm, collected—editor extraordinaire! After…

View Post
Share:

How to Write a Synopsis for your Novel

A guest post by Anna Davis, founder and director of the Curtis Brown Creative Writing School If you spend time online reading tips on how to write a synopsis for a novel, you’ll find masses…

View Post
Share:

A Writer Walks into the Editing Room: What Happens When a Rejection Goes Wrong

A guest post by Yi Shun Lai   “Good luck writing children’s books: It’s all you’re good for.”* “Pretentious c@nt.” “F*ck you.” What is this? Has Aerogramme been hacked, or decided to turn abusive for…

View Post
Share:

Residencies for Writers in 2019

Would you like a month in Berlin to expand your writing horizons? Or perhaps a working cattle ranch in rural Wyoming would provide you with the inspiration you need to start a new project? These…

View Post
Share: