Writer’s block exists. But it is not a useful diagnosis.
A residency exploring food, stories and the philosophy of everyday life.
A British Council funded project, working with seven writers and translators from the UK and China.
This December, I'll be at the Nanning literature house in Tainan on a 10-day residency.
Exploring writing-based teaching practices at Bard College
This June, I'm guest writer with Freedom to Write, talking about ethics and nonfiction.
From August this year, I'll be in the city of Tainan, running some fun writing projects.
Literature and creativity in translation, funded by British Council Connections Through Culture
An exhibition of artwork from women survivors with commissioned artwork from some of Bulgaria's most talented illustrators.
My book, HELLO, STRANGER, is now published in Korean.
Tune in to find out about Hello, Stranger
In Memory of Elee Kirk
A podcast interview about writing, creativity and the challenges of teaching in multilingual environments, with Dr Tim Hannigan.
A new book chapter, in Travel Writing in An Age of Global Quarantine edited by Gary Fisher and David Robinson.
Writing fiction is like making bread. You need to know when to knead it, and when to just let it rise.
If you want to create, you need to be professional. But you also need to be an amateur.
Writing doesn't have to involve misery.
Advice on writing from the most literary of all philosophers.
Two approaches to world-building
How to stop getting weighed down.
The medieval Chinese writer on the flaws of writers.
Nourishing life to nourish your writing, and nourishing writing to nourish your life.
Creative writing teaching is about more than churning out big-shot novelists.