In this occasional series, members of Rugby Cafe Writers choose the books which have made a lasting impression on them. We begin with Wendy Goulstone, who began writing plays from the age of four when given a model theatre. She then performed in story-time in primary school, where she was encouraged by a wonderful headmaster whoContinue reading “My favourite books: Wendy Goulstone”
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How does the Lockdown affect our writing?
The next Rugby Café Writers meeting (on Friday September 11th) is about Lockdown Writing. How did it affect you? Did you write more, having extra time, or less? Like you, I felt deeply affected by all aspects of the Lockdown, from having to cancel all my plans, meetings, seeing friends for coffee etc, to comingContinue reading “How does the Lockdown affect our writing?”
What makes a good poem?
I heard this morning on the radio that Poetry as a subject is being dropped from the National Curriculum in the next academic year. I hope it’s not true. To quote one brave young activist “How dare they?” Music also apparently seems to be under threat, according to some ‘leaked’ reports. While trying not toContinue reading “What makes a good poem?”