Author Archive: Trish Nicholson

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Invisible Women In The History Of Literature

Invisible Women In The History Of Literature

As a child, I loved to write secrets in invisible ink. When I wrote words with orange juice, they could be read only in the heat of a candle flame. And that is how it felt when looking for women writers to balance the record during my research for A Biography of Story, A Brief […]

May 5, 2017 | By | 4 Replies More
Writers’ Workshops, or Workouts

Writers’ Workshops, or Workouts

Have you attended creative writing workshops where so much time is spent in ‘getting into groups’, trying to agree on the ‘task’, filling huge sheets of paper with glurpy scribble from a frayed marker, and listening to all the ‘feedback’ that you forgot what the exercise was supposed to achieve? The benefits from writers’ exchanging […]

June 9, 2014 | By | 6 Replies More
Are you a Rabbit or a Mole when it comes to Writing?

Are you a Rabbit or a Mole when it comes to Writing?

As a writer, are you a Mole or a Rabbit in publishing’s shifting landscape? Every time I read a publishing blog there seems to be another change and more uncertainty. People on Twitter ask each other: What does the future hold for writers? – The answer is anybody’s guess. It’s chaotic out there: old pastures […]

July 21, 2013 | By | 8 Replies More