Book Review. Hera Lindsay Bird by Hera Lindsay Bird.

‘who made her feel like her dreams were stupid and a waste of time and that kind of constant belittlement can do terrible things to a person so maybe getting really upset when people don’t use coasters is an understandable, or at least comparatively sane response to the psychic baggage of your parents never having … Continue reading Book Review. Hera Lindsay Bird by Hera Lindsay Bird.

4 Questions with Martin Grey.

1, Tell us about you, and your writing (themes, influences etc.)  I’m a Nottingham based performance poet and event organiser. I spent the best part of a decade writing poems I barely showed to anybody, before starting a now defunct poetry blog in 2011 and nervously taking to the stage for the first time in … Continue reading 4 Questions with Martin Grey.

4 Questions with Dane Cobain.

Dane Cobain 1, Tell us about you, and your writing (themes, influences etc.) Sure! So my name is Dane Cobain and I write in a range of different genres and formats encompassing fiction, non-fiction and poetry. My books are quirky and a little bit weird, and I like to write things that reflect both my … Continue reading 4 Questions with Dane Cobain.

4 Questions with Natasha Head.

Natasha Head 1, Tell us about you, and your writing ( themes, influences etc. ) A1. I’m one who writes because I always have. Sharing was never really the plan...but give a girl a blog and you just never know. I wrote my way through high school, careers, relationships. It would seem a journal doesn’t … Continue reading 4 Questions with Natasha Head.

4 Questions with Scarlett Ward.

Scarlett Ward 1, Tell us about you, and your writing (themes, influences etc.) I’m Scarlett, I’m 25 and I live in the west midlands. I graduated from Keele uni in 2015 with a degree in history, English literature & creative writing and I spend pretty much every spare moment I have either writing or reading. … Continue reading 4 Questions with Scarlett Ward.