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Write On!

December episode

First broadcast December 2021

Want to become a published author? Are you in need of some inspiration from other writers? How did they turn their passion into a paying job?

Write On! Audio is a new podcast from Pen to Print. Pen to Print endeavors to bring you down-to-earth advice from people who’ve ‘been there and done that’. Through Write On! Audio, you’ll get to meet many of their writers and creative friends; all of them keen to share their own journeys with you.

Taking the best bits from Write On! magazine and Write On! Extra, they’ll bring you writing tips, features, interviews and excerpts from the work of their contributors and guests. Most importantly, though, if you’re a writer, poet or dramatist, published or not, they want to hear from you so that they can share your words and your unique voice on their podcast.

December's episode includes 'Festive Reasons to be Cheerful' by Mary Walsh, read by Sally Walker-Taylor, writing tips from Patrick Forsyth, an interview with bestselling romantic novelist Sue Moorcroft, a listener contribution from Palak Tewary called 'Christmas In The Air', and a showcase from Eithne Cullen featuring 'Tired' by Claire Buss and 'The Approach To Salisbury' by Ray Miles.

If you’d like to contribute a piece of writing to the podcast, email pentoprint@lbbd.gov.uk

Write On! Audio is part of the Write On! suite of publications, published by Pen to Print, an Arts Council England – National Portfolio Organisation, supported by Arts Council England and the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham.

Photograph of the Becontree Estate in East London.