Submissions, rest and reinvigoration
Utterly marvellous, of course. But also odd. I've been reluctant to write this post, after all no one likes a show off. There's also the matter that some of you might read the work which makes me feel a little edgy. Its a peculiar feeling, I want to be heard but I want to hide. … Continue reading How does it feel to have something published ?
I'm so excited, I've had a poem published in the autumn issue of Mslexia magazine. Since I'm currently in the middle of a field (again) at End of the Road festival, I can't give lots of detail but suffice to say I'm thrilled. I'll do a longer post when I get back, but I couldn't … Continue reading Published
Ah, I feel light and breezy unlike the weather at the moment. Why so cheery Kathryn ? How kind of you to ask. The reason for this uncharacteristic jollity is that I've sent my final OCA assignment. I couldn't be more relieved. I mentioned in earlier blogs that I felt I was increasingly working to … Continue reading Endings and beginnings
I have enjoyed writing this week. 'But Kathryn, don't you enjoy it every week ? ' No. Just because someone likes cooking doesn't mean they like the daily slog of rushing in from work and thinking of something to cook. Or that someone who adores their dog relishes every single 5 am walk in … Continue reading Fun
The last week has seen two more poetry submissions . The first is three poems on the theme of perception of women in the media sent to Under the Radar, whch is the magazine of publishing house Nine Arches Press. The theme is one that features heavily in my poetry, so I chose the pieces … Continue reading New story for #creativewriting ink, more submissions and more competitions.