Workshops Can Work

I’ve sat through many creative writing workshops, the first in a classroom surrounded by forest on the side of a hill, in what was then called Malaspina College. I was 18, and revelling in my escape from awkward, geeky teen to more presentable almost adult. That workshop was mostly women (and come to think of… Continue reading Workshops Can Work

Without the lonely

Writing can be lonely, but being a writer doesn’t have to be. — Dave Rudden, author of Knights of the Borrowed Dark. It can be a tough job, slogging away on your own, with only your page in front of you, wondering if this is actually going anywhere, never mind in the right direction. But writing… Continue reading Without the lonely