LIONESSES GOTTA ROAR: THE IMPORTANCE OF TARA MOHR’S ‘PLAYING BIG’ FOR WOMEN WRITERS

LIONESSES GOTTA ROAR: THE IMPORTANCE OF TARA MOHR’S ‘PLAYING BIG’ FOR WOMEN WRITERS

Recently, I shared how I’m going to be relaunching specifically as a feminist writing coach soon due to the proven gender bias within the publishing world and because of the way in which women not only face challenges in terms of their creativity due to doing...
WHY WOMEN AUTHORS HAVE IT HARDER THAN MEN AND WHAT I’M GOING TO DO ABOUT IT AS A FEMINIST WRITING COACH

WHY WOMEN AUTHORS HAVE IT HARDER THAN MEN AND WHAT I’M GOING TO DO ABOUT IT AS A FEMINIST WRITING COACH

I’ve always been a feminist – I was reading Simone de Beauvoir at 13 and I nipped out from my job at Foyle’s bookshop in London to see Gloria Steinem speak when I was 19 (and, yes, she was amazing!). I volunteered at the Feminist Library before I...
THE BOOK DINER INTERVIEWS: MICHAEL NOBBS ON HOW TO BE SUSTAINABLY CREATIVE – EVEN WHEN YOU HAVE LITTLE TIME OR ENERGY

THE BOOK DINER INTERVIEWS: MICHAEL NOBBS ON HOW TO BE SUSTAINABLY CREATIVE – EVEN WHEN YOU HAVE LITTLE TIME OR ENERGY

This week, The Book Diner looks back to when we had a visit from Michael Nobbs, an artist and non-fiction writer from Wales whose book, Drawing Your Life: Learn to See, Record, and Appreciate Life’s Small Joys, was published by Penguin after years of successfully...