Monthly Archives: July 2013

Remember Macbeth?

I can’t be the only one who has Macbeth memories and I’m sure they’ve played a part in developing me and my writing. If any of them ring bells with you, do let me know. (It may, as they say, be a generational thing.) 1. Dressed as a witch on our school’s carnival float. Did ... Read More

Too much to tell

You’ll probably recognise the problem: if you delay writing to¬† your friends with your news, the news builds up and the challenge¬† of producing a catch-up becomes very daunting. In January I began a University of East Anglia/Guardian part-time course at UEA’s London campus. Two things drew me: the tutor is Adam Foulds whose novel ... Read More