Conversations with Writers

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Presents interviews with writers, publishers and literary activists.



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Writers in the East and West Midlands regions of the UK are organising two online events around the new anthology, Poetry and Settled Status for All (CivicLeicester, 2022): ● Poems for a Changing World which is taking place...

CivicLeicester is inviting and accepting poems and short fiction on the theme, Settled Status or Indefinite Leave to Remain for All. The editors will also consider poems and short fiction exploring themes that include lived experience of be...

Becky Swain is Director of Manchester Poetry Library, the North West’s first public poetry library, opening in 2021. She has experience leading arts, literature and learning programmes at organisations including Arvon, Creative Partnerships, and Cr...

CivicLeicester is inviting and accepting poems and short fiction on the theme, Black Lives Matter.We welcome submissions exploring any of the images, issues, triggers, histories, lives, demands and outcomes that are being highlighted by Black Lives M...

Siobhan Logan is a storyteller and poet.Her first collection of poems and non-fiction, Firebridge to Skyshore: A Northern Lights Journey (original plus, 2009), was sponsored by auroral scientists at the University of Leicester. It was performed at th...

Andrew Button lives in Market Bosworth in western Leicestershire, England. His poems have been published in magazines that include Orbis, Staple, The Interpreter’s House, Iota and Ink, Sweat and Tears.His pamphlet, Dry Days in Wet Towns, was publis...

Interview _ Emma Lee

on Mar 27, 2020 in: poetry, writing

Emma Lee was born in South Gloucestershire and now lives in Leicestershire. She is on the committee of Leicester Writers’ Club and the steering group for the Leicester Writers’ Showcase.Her poems, short stories and articles have appeared in many...