Kate Gould has worked as an editor, book critic, columnist, slush pile reader, writing competition judge, hotel critic, magazine editor, English teacher, and research assistant. She’s now commissioning editor and chief editorial consultanct at The Fine Line. She is the author of The Pocketbook of Prompts: 52 Ideas for a Story and the Perfect Word: The Fine Line Writing Course. Her book on flashers, Exposing Phallacy, is to be published by Zero Books and she is at work on another book about the other woman. She is also a Beethoven groupie and a rats, reading and writing devotee.
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VideosHow To Write Part One: Starting Out
Want to write? Here's how to begin.How To Write Part Two: Seeking Inspiration
The muse in her classical guise is a myth. So where should you be looking for creative inspiration?Birthing Aliens: The Movie
A story of things to do when all you're allowed to do is wear enormous knickers.
The Pocketbook of Prompts: 52 Ideas for a Story
by Kate Gould
Ideas for stories are everywhere. They’re in archaeological digs, scientific hoaxes, fairy tales, peculiar laws, the lonely hearts, identity theft, and football matches. They’re hidden in snapshots of other lives, and in images glimpsed only for a moment. They’re in your own emotions: lust, envy, rage, love, a desire for life everlasting. They're in anything that sparks your imagination.
The Perfect Word: The Fine Line Writing Course
by Kate Gould
Based on Kate Gould’s experience as an editor, teacher, and critic, The Perfect Word is designed for writers of all levels and experience – from beginners and burgeoning talent to experienced and published writers.
Dip into it if you’re in need of a jolt out of a writing rut or follow the structured lessons through each component of good writing.
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