Posts Tagged ‘mentors’
Following the success of previous yeara, Wind Sand and Stars, the desert travel company have invited Sara to lead another “Adventure into Silence” in the Sinai Desert in October this year. Check out Sara’s adventures at www.windsandstars.co.uk.
Eat this is a brand new play exploring ‘table talk’, and the secret passions that lie just below the surface of your average dinner party. Written and directed by Susannah Waters in association with Paddock Productions, the play was premiered during the Lewes Octoberfeast event on 7th and 9th October, in Lewes. The Play was later recorded by Radio Lewes for Oyster Project members as part of a programme that makes events accessible via audio and video and the web. Click here if you would like to listen to the play or learn more about the Oyster Project.
“Miranda Millar effectively conveys the unexpected wonder of Waitrose…”
Alfred Hickling, The Guardian
Time travel, Bedlam and the mad Victorian painter, Richard Dadd. London, 1854: Nina, the wife of an ambitious doctor, is heavily traumatized by the death of her young daughter and then mysteriously transported to the capital 150 years later…
Click on the cover for more information about Nina in Utopia or go to Miranda Millar’s website.
As part of a series of interviews, Ink Sweat & Tears Webzine talks to practicing writers about their process and craft. The Webzine discusses the writing life with Sarah Bower and tries to find out what makes writers tick. The interview offers a glance at how writers structure their daily lives and their writing. To read the full interview click here.
Rodge Glass Presents A New Graphic Novel and Scottish Short Stories
From Great Birnam wood to high Dunsinane hill, the book that’s causing a stir in Scotland. The Scottish Short story collection, The Year of Open Doors, edited by Rodge Glass, has toured around numerous festivals and represents the work of 20 young writers from all over the world who are based in Scotland, some critically acclaimed, some brand new. There’s also an audiobook available on Chemikal Underground Records.
Dougie’s War is a new graphic novel by Rodge Glass and artist Dave Turbitt about the legacy of the war in the Middle East and the effects of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome on returning veterans. A fictional story, but based on meticulously researched real life experiences of Scottish veterans, Dougie’s War shows that the fight doesn’t end when men and women leave military service. To read more about the project and check out an interview with Rodge, click on the cover.