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Author Interviews Posts

12 January 2022

Final advice from the Discoveries 2022 judges

by Discoveries Author Interviews, Discoveries, From the Agents, Writing Tips

CBC and Curtis Brown are proud to be partnering with the Women’s Prize Trust and Audible to run Discoveries, a writing development prize and programme, which offers practical support and encouragement to aspiring female novelists of all ages and backgrounds, from across the UK and Ireland. The final week for you to send in your submission to […]

25 November 2021

Anthony Anaxagorou: ‘Write poems that surprise and behave in unusual ways’

by Katie Smart Author Interviews, Writing Tips

We’re so excited that our brand-new six-week online course – Writing Poetry – is open for enrolment. The course is led by the brilliant Anthony Anaxagorou. Anthony is an award-winning poet and spoken-word performer. His poetry has been published in POETRY, The Poetry Review, Poetry London, New Statesman, Granta, and elsewhere. His second collection After the Formalities, published with Penned in the Margins, is […]

23 November 2021

Gillian Perdue: ‘You can approach a story from a myriad of different angles… the magic happens in the cracks between the angles’

by Katie Smart Author Interviews, From Our Students, Writing Tips

Gillian Perdue started her journey with us on our Writing YA & Children’s Fiction course in 2016. Gillian has also taken our alumni Summer School and several of our short online courses including Edit & Pitch Your Novel and Writing a Psychological Thriller. We caught up with Gillian to talk about her debut crime novel […]

16 November 2021

Emily Randall: ‘Don’t write something just because you think it will sell’

by Katie Smart Author Interviews, From Our Students, Writing Tips

Emily Randall was a student on our three-month online Writing YA & Children’s Fiction course in 2019. She went on to win the Mslexia Children’s & Young Adult Novel Competition and the 2021 Times/Chicken House Award (which includes a publishing deal with Chicken House) for her children’s book The Flood Child. Read on to find out […]

09 November 2021

Natasha Hastings: ‘Write the story you need to write: the one that won’t leave you alone, that’s lodged itself deep in your heart’

by Katie Smart Author Interviews, From Our Students, Writing Tips

Natasha Hastings took our three-month Writing Your Novel course in 2018, now she has an exciting book deal for her middle grade series The Miraculous Sweetmakers with HarperCollins Children’s. The first book in the series The Frost Fair will be published next October. Read on to hear about Natasha’s time studying with us, her approach to […]

02 November 2021

Sarah Jost: ‘Your perspective is unique, and you should embrace the creativity and freedom it brings’

by Katie Smart Author Interviews, From Our Students, Writing Tips

Sarah Jost was a student on our three-month Writing Your Novel course in 2019, now she has deal for her debut love story One Last Chance, which is to be published by Piatkus and Sourcebooks next year. Read on to find out all about Sarah’s time studying with us, her approach to writing as a […]

27 October 2021

Anna Davis: ‘Hook us in with something intriguing or funny or mysterious or disturbing’

by Discoveries Author Interviews, Discoveries, Writing Tips

The Discoveries team talk books and writing advice with Anna Davis. Anna is the founder and Director of Curtis Brown Creative and the author of five acclaimed novels which have been published in twenty languages. She has been a journalist and Guardian columnist, as well as a Curtis Brown literary agent. Anna is on the Discoveries 2022 judging panel – she will be joined by chair of judges and founder of the Women’s Prize Kate Mosse, acclaimed authors Ayisha Malik and Irenosen Okojie, and Curtis Brown literary agent Lucy Morris.

26 October 2021

Tasha Harrison: ‘Having support from other writers who know what you’re going through is a godsend’

by Katie Smart Author Interviews, From Our Students, Writing Tips

Tasha Harrison studied on our Writing YA & Children’s Fiction course in 2016. Now she has an exciting book deal with UCLan for her debut middle grade book Clementine Florentine, to be published January 2022. Read on to hear all about Tasha’s time studying with us and her approach to writing appealing fiction for younger […]

21 October 2021

Ally Wilkes: ‘You want to be constantly tantalising your readers’

by Katie Smart Author Interviews, From Our Students, Writing Tips

Ally Wilkes was a student on our six-month Writing Your Novel course in 2017. We’re thrilled to count her in the growing number of over 140 students that have gone on to get major book deals. Her debut historical horror novel All the White Spaces will be published by Titan Books in the UK and […]

20 October 2021

Kate Mosse: ‘We’re looking for potential, for original voices, for imagination…’

by Discoveries Author Interviews, Discoveries, Writing Tips

CBC and Curtis Brown are proud to be partnering with the Women’s Prize Trust and Audible to run Discoveries, a writing development prize and programme, which offers practical support and encouragement to aspiring female novelists of all ages and backgrounds, from across the UK and Ireland. This week the Discoveries team talk books and writing advice with […]

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