Mentoring with Wind&Bones

It’s been a busy few weeks, putting the finishing touches to my next book, Hello, Stranger: How We Find Connection in a Disconnected World (Granta 2021), and working on another few projects about which I’ll post in the coming weeks. But in-between the writing and reading and editing and so on, I’ve been working on developing our new mentoring programme over on Wind&Bones.

Working one-on-one with writers is one of the things I love most. Since setting up the new mentoring programme a month ago, we’ve already worked with a totally delightful range of writers and projects. It’s always a massive privilege to be entrusted with work that is at the very early or most formative stages. And it is exciting to see the potential in work in progress, and to help shepherd this work into the light of day.

If you’re interested in the Wind&Bones mentoring programme, have a look on our Wind&Bones website. We work with writers at all stages of their careers.

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