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Escritora Errante 19: ¿Lectores Beta? Sí quiero...

¡Buenos días! Las horas de sol en Lancaster van creciendo exponencialmente según nos acercamos a mi tiempo favorito del año en Inglaterra, esa estación conocida como primaveraverano (lo digo así porque es una mezcla de ambos y, como siempre, aderezada de lluvia). 1,352 more words


The Harpist Writer: Beth Cortese

‘With the creative writing I don’t have the fear of the blank page… I like to write…  I’d just get something done and then I go from there…’ 214 more words


Nova Hands @ Lancaster University.

Tonight, I’ll once again be photographing Nova Hands, a unique band from Huddersfield. Also my friends. I photograph them at all the gigs I can get too, and they don’t ever fail to amaze me. 65 more words


Escritora Errante 17: Se Abre Una Puerta.

Este año no está siendo fácil. Decidí quedarme en el norte de inglaterra por mi sueño de vivir de la escritura, pero la verdad es que desde que empecé el doctorado escribir no ha sido tan divertido como siempre. 746 more words


You are not alone: Write in the language you want!

Some people ask me why I write in English, when I know it’s going to be twice as difficult to have a writing career in a language that – I don’t have a problem to admit this – I’m still learning and ‘conquering’. 889 more words


Travelling through words and form: Maggie How

‘Creative Writing can certainly be learnt… we learn by doing it.’

Maggie How is a Lake District born author. She studied Interior Design and, by the end of her degree, her professor was already advising her to focus in writing about Design rather than designing itself. 222 more words


Climbing mountains and writing

Last week I went to Grassmere to do hiking. Hiking and writing are two things that I equally love and feel scared of. There’s always something beautiful about seeing mountains from the distance and thinking: in two or three hours, I’m going to be at the top. 1,235 more words