It’s nanowrimo again – the time of the year when all common sense goes out of the window and you try to write a novel in a month. Just for kicks. Nanowrimo is great fun but it isn’t for the squeamish. If you’re serious about completing nanowrimo then you shouldn’t be reading this but, for what it’s worth, this is the method that works for me. Here are some quick tips and dirty tricks to help get you through the month.
The Spring 2013 issue of Our Voice magazine is out in print and online. I’m proud to be the chief subeditor for this magazine, and the group are a brilliant bunch to work with. Alongside all the usual goodness, there’s two features by me: a two-page centre spread profile on Amnesty International Brighton & Hove group, who I do media and campaign work for, and a ‘just for fun’ piece on ‘Bibliomancy’ to help kids with their creative blocks (think writing, not LEGO). Check it out! Our Voice is the magazine of Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project, which provides practical support to low-income and unwaged individuals and families. Services include […]
I’m a subeditor and contributor to Our Voice Magazine for BUCFP, Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project — a project that helps the low waged and unemployed in the Brighton area, from courses to welfare and housing advice. Here’s the digital version of the first issue that I worked on with them. It includes a piece called ‘What’s Your Story?’ by yours truly. The paper version is on its way to the printers next week and will be out in Brighton soon. http://issuu.com/morpheous/docs/winter_mag/1