Mentor, writers’ circle or uni course? Our 2021 Slinkies judge, Deniz Agraz shares her thoughts on the various options for emerging writers. As well as a potted history of her own writing career to date, beginning at the age of seven.
Our intrepid publishing intern, Angela Jin, returns this week with reflections from a simulated-life gamer which some writers may find instructive.
In this belle lettre on the lost art of letter-writing, publishing intern, Luzelle Sotelo gets a rude shock at her local post office.
On a slightly more serious note this week, our publishing intern Angela Jin responds to some social media gaslighting.
‘I was quickly obsessed with every click and clack of the keys. I was so motivated by these sounds that I waited for the ting that would come at the end of every line, followed by a long brrrr sound. It’s the best.’ This week our guest blogger is publishing intern, Luzelle Sotelo who writes … Read More
Quick, call The Doctor. Our publishing intern, Angela Jin, has fallen down a rabbit hole and has come out all obssessy. Is there a cure, or will we just have to cut back her access to Youtube while she is at work?
We all need a dream. It’s one of the things that distinguishes us from pebbles. This week, Angela the Spineless Wonders Intern shares here blue-sky wishlist about talents she wishes she possessed. Talent number one is…
Hello, it is hump day and that means it is time for another installment in the life and times of Spineless Wonders intern, Angela Jin. This week, Dear Reader, Angela reveals how an unhealthy obsession with a certain genre of fiction might just be getting in the way of her career goal of becoming Editor-In-Chief … Read More
Calling all LGBTQI+ writers! In today’s post, you will meet emerging editor, Olivia Garcia who is assisting with the Spineless Wonders’ call out for Queer writing in any genre. We’ve already received some amazing submissions but don’t worry, you have until Nov 1 to submit or to let LGBTQI+ creatives know about this fab opportunity.
In this post, Bridgette Sulicich and Dahlia Mikha interview Brooke Dunnell about her award-winning short story collection, Female(s and) Dogs. Brooke talks about the importance of creating complex characters, about the origins of some of the stories in her collection. She answers the key questions of why dogs and why female dogs and shares her … Read More