Novelist Alle C. Hall on her first novel

Alle C. Hall, writer and first reader at Creative Nonfiction magazine, recently published her first novel, As Far as You Can Go Before You Have to Come Back. It’s the story of Carlie, a young woman who travels through Asia on a journey of abandon and escape. Ultimately a story

Meet Author Jessica Mudditt

Jessica Mudditt is a freelance journalist and the author of Our Home in Myanmar, a memoir about her four years living and working in Myanmar with her Bangladeshi husband, Sherpa. She shares her experiences as a foreign reporter and what it was like capturing that in her book with the

Meet Author Susanne Gervay

Susanne Gervay OAM is an award-winning author of many novels and YA stories, who found her passion for writing through personal loss, and has spent her career showing the power of stories to help and guide readers young and old. “Life’s dramas sent me to the writer’s page,” says writer Susanne

Hazel Edwards & lockdown writing

Hazel Edwards

At a time when it’s not that easy to take a writing course, a new book from Australian author Hazel Edwards is here to help guide you through writing a book from start to finish. Have you ever wanted to write a book but, after the first flash of an idea

How can creatives get paid?

Being an artist, freelancer or an independent creator gives you plenty of creative and artistic freedom, but what about getting paid? Nothing about being an independent creative is easy, although it’s rewarding and interesting, but it is possible to fund your work yourself. Supporting yourself is possible without a wealthy patron

Is there an age limit to be an emerging artist?

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The Broad recently read an article in the local paper about several new art critics who had just been appointed. Now it’s always encouraging to read stories about mainstream media funding arts coverage, particularly in these times of closures and cutbacks across all outlets. Being an art critic, like being