09 December 2022 by
In this interview we chat to debut author H. F. Askwith about her experience writing A Dark Inheritance, the themes within it, and her inspirations.
15 September 2022 by
As Linda France nears the end of her climate-writing residency with New Writing North and Newcastle University, we asked her to talk about the work which has come out of the experience.
17 June 2022 by
We talk to award-winning poet Kim Moore about her first dive into non-fiction prose, with the newly released What the Trumpet Taught Me.
08 June 2022 by
Under Country is the newest novel by award-winning writer Jonathan Trigell. In this interview we talk to Jonathan about how...
18 March 2022 by
We talk to Lisette about her writing journey, working with a mentor, and publishing work that centres and celebrates disabled children.
15 December 2021 by
Much With Body is the startlingly original second collection by poet and Northern Writers’ Award winner Polly Atkin. In this...
29 September 2021 by
Approval is a thorough exploration of fatherhood and the often-unseen view of a man going through the adoption approval process....
15 March 2021 by
I’ve read that you’ve been formulating the idea for The Muslim Problem for a few years. Was there a particular...
14 December 2020 by
In this interview we talk to J. A Mensah about her debut novel and inaugural winner of the NorthBound Book...
18 September 2020 by
In this interview we chat to Ann Cleeves about The Darkest Evening, her writing process and how writing can help with...
19 June 2020 by
In Boy Parts, the incendiary debut novel from Eliza Clark, Irina obsessively takes explicit photographs of the average-looking men...
31 March 2020 by
We speak to Emma Layfield, Picture Book Development Director, North at Hachette Children’s Group, about her recent move up to Manchester,...