Writer and editor of blog Wandercloud Emma Vince shares her tip for making your travel writing come alive…
As a writer for work and wannabe globetrotter for play, it made sense to start a blog, Wandercloud, to keep some of my thoughts and photographs together from the places I’ve travelled.
Writing for fun on Wandercloud is very different to how I would pitch or write at work; here are a few things I try to consider when blogging about travel… Continue reading 5 tips for travel writing, by Emma Vince of travel blog Wandercloud
Meet poet and singer Kathleen Radigan.
In her spare time, Kathleen loves to “read, hang out with my dog, fight the patriarchy, laugh at things, cause a ruckus on small local stages and critically analyse commericals until I feel a bit nauseous…” Continue reading Kathleen Radigan
This is writer and blogger Rosalind Jana.
‘I adore having a good debate,’ says Rosalind, ‘whether it’s on politics or the significance of clothing.’ Continue reading Rosalind Jana
Meet poet Euginia Tan.
Euginia is a total chocaholic, hates the colour pink and loves dancing. ‘I’m currently enrolled on a dance foundation course,’ she says, ‘so I’m an avid dancer – albeit not a professional one yet!’ Continue reading Euginia Tan
Meet writer Greg Forrester.
‘When I’m not writing, I have an easy life,’ says Greg. ‘I enjoy falling in and out of love – although I complain about the regularity that this happens…’ Continue reading Greg Forrester
This is writer James Sanders.
Outside of his work, James is currently working on a novel about revenge: ‘the theme interests me’. He also loves singing classic soul, as well as jazz – ‘a secret career dream of mine is to become a back-up singer!’ Continue reading James Sanders
Meet music blogger Sarah Keary.
Currently studying Journalism, Sarah is a music fanatic. ‘As well as my blog, I write for a host of other music sites, including OurVinyl.com, musicreviewunsigned.com and oneononemusic.com,’ she says. Continue reading Sarah Keary