You might not know my name, but you might understand my struggle. I’ve donated my life to writing, and don’t think I regret it every day. That doesn’t mean I’ll quit.
Do you fancy yourself as a journalist of tomorrow but are unsure where to start? Perhaps the Next Gen program is for you.
In an age where we overanalyse art (and those who created it) to death, poetry is a singular force. It is what it is and forever has value because of it.
Sometimes, the mud sticks. Welsh poet Dylan Thomas will be forever known as a man who expired with a bottle in hand, but his final act belies his genius.
After a recent study discovered that 56% of applicants were caught lying on their resume, I’ve decided to take it to the other extreme.
Successful children’s book author Susannah McFarlane discusses why she is conducting a book-writing workshop for children in disadvantaged communities.
Having quit writing, Yalei Wang returns armed with the knowledge that the path to her mental health lies over the bridge of her getting over herself.
As a parting gift to TBS, Juliette Furio’s final artist interview will be frankly charting her own process, and the doubts within.
Michael Burrill says there’s more to being a writer than drinking whiskey and wearing a waistcoat – it’s about capturing the intangible and uncovering the (often elusive) truth.
Through Sherryn Groch’s interview with Sian Prior we learn that while writing is an act of creativity for some, it is therapy for others. Prior’s “Writing as Therapy” workshop takes place later this month.
For Andrew Wright, writing is just the beginning of the story. The social implications are the real challenge.