Tag Archives: Literary Interlude

Creative interlude: Writer’s Block starring Bryan Cranston

Writer’s block is something that plagues all of us from time to time – but there are ways to overcome it.

If you’re currently staring at your screen in disbelief wondering where the next flurry of words is going to come from, forget what you’re doing for a moment and watch this short called Writer’s Block starring the one and only Bryan Cranston. Continue reading

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Literary Interlude D I Hughes

A literary interlude: The Ant Eater by Roald Dahl

“A little nonsense now and then, is cherished by the wisest men.” – Roald Dahl

When it comes to darkly brilliant prose that appeals to both children and adults, it takes a lot to beat Roald Dahl. Continue reading

Tobias Wolff

A literary interlude: Tobias Wolff

This week’s literary interlude comes from the one and only Tobias Wolff.

Born in Birmingham, Alabama on 19th June 1945, this prolific writer of classic American prose is best known for his distinctive short stories and memoirs, most notably This Boy’s Life – an autobiographical tale of a gifted young man and his extraordinary existence. Continue reading