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Hive South Yorkshire is a new hub for 14 to 25s from across South Yorkshire that offers high-quality writing activities and signposts writing-related opportunities to young people throughout the region through its online network Read more...
PEN International has released the longlist for its 2016 New Voices Award for young writers Read more...
When the TES headline 'Today's young adult fiction is robbing our teenagers of the chance to become literate adults' started its viral journey across Twitter, I was quick to click Read more...
It’s time to acknowledge that publishers have systematically deprived generations from becoming literate adults by favouring gossip over real culture, argues Joe Nutt Read more...
“Grief doesn’t conform to a script, or a set of rules.” The quote above is from my debut novel, Minty, a ghost story told from the point of view of the ghost Read more...
London Writers’ Week has announced its 2016 programme. This year London Writers’ Week will take place during the week of July 4th 2016 Read more...
The Hetty Feather author, who will be at the Cardiff Children's Literature Festival, says all children should learn the art of creative writing Read more...
Harry Potter writer shares publishers’ brush-offs for first Robert Galbraith novel in attempt to to inspire other authors Read more...
Aged between 18 and 25? Interested in ending up with a portfolio that shows off your creativity and gives you a recognised national qualification or award to put on your CV? Read more...
here are only a couple of weeks left for writers in the north of England aged 16-21 to get their applications in to join next Writing Squad Read more...