Shelley, Welsh, Nabokov: The Dream Authors Panel with Eventbrite

This week, I was inspired by Eventbrite – a platform that allows event organisers to plan, promote, and sell tickets to events and publish them on social media – to come up with my dream panel of authors, dead or alive, to hear talk about their particular genre and bestselling books. I have used Eventbrite […]

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Review: T2 Trainspotting

Published by Glasgowist. Trainspotting is the film of the 1990s, the film of a generation. A phenomenon that perfectly captured a decade in time, making the world laugh, cry, cringe, and recoil in horror, disgust, and delight. Mark Renton, Simon ‘Sick Boy’ Williamson, Danny ‘Spud’ Murphy, and Francis ‘Franco’ Begbie are characters almost every Scot […]

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Guest Blog: “Comparative Racism” by Ellen Hawley

Introducing moon child guest blogger: Ellen Hawley! My name is Ellen Hawley and I am an American living in Britain. I have published three novels: The Divorce Diet (Kensington Press; 2015), Open Line (Coffee House Press; 2008), and Trip Sheets (Milkweed Editions; 1998). I blog at Notes from the U.K. and have worked as an […]

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Before I Forget – A Short Story

Today, I’ve been working on some new articles and a few pieces of fiction but since I don’t have any finished work ready to show at the moment, I thought I’d post one of my old short stories. If you like horror/psychological thriller, you’ll enjoy this one! If you have any feedback, send me a […]

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I am “Author of the Month” on Short Story Sunday!

Today, I checked my emails, expecting to see another tedious spam message, to find out that I have won the prize of “Author of the Month” for my piece “Ivy Moon” on Short Story Sunday! I can’t believe I won! I didn’t think my story would even get a look in because there are so […]

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Student Profile: Studying English

Do you love writing and reading? Thinking of studying and pursuing a career in English? Read my new Student Profile: Studying English article to find out the nitty gritty details of studying literature, journalism and creative writing.

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