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Chris Westwood shares his Break Point experience, explaining how a reset period in a fresh location helped him both to recover his creative writing self and to understand what had happened to disable it.

Emma Darwin recalls the early days of online writing communities, and explains how her popular blog “This Itch of Writing” came into being.

Donny O'Rourke takes us to Edinburgh in August, for a Lughnasadh harvest festival — but one of culture, not of crops.

Tiffany Murray flees the over-familiar, but still creatively disabling, complaints of a despondent writer, by escaping to the strange new world of Iceland and its music.

Kathy Henderson shares the pleasure of global lullaby collecting, and highlights the enduring importance of this powerful, universal blend of words and music.

Harriet Castor is often asked how she first got published — but why is this question so popular, and is it really the right one to ask?

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