Sunday Round Up #11


When was the last time you looked through the sites you follow?

Feel free to join in and link back to this post! Maybe I’ll discover some new blogs along the way… Otherwise, stick around, you might find something new!

11Charlie Emma Hay

A keen reader of the written word, this site was initially home to Charlie’s writings and reviews of the novels that have crossed her path. While still an active site, you are more likely to find her and her more in-depth thoughts over on her youtube channel.

Recent post: Who am I running for?

Ryan Patrick Dolan

A writer and performer by trade, ergo, theatre-related updates. Projects, film, podcasts, or promoting other people’s work, and the occasional thought-piece tangent (it’s a good ‘un).

Recent post: Kilroys Fundraiser in LA December 3rd

Rhyme Written Red

If you consume original poetry and creative writing, Johnathan’s site – once collaborative, now more individual – is bursting at the seams with four year’s worth of the stuff.

Recent post: Will it never be day?

Melissa Mostyn

A writer, film-maker, artist, and published journalist. She is also an advocate of deaf and disabled issues in parenting and the arts, leading her to create her nominated documentary.

Recent post: Toy Like Me: a statement

Angela Clayton

Angela’s incredible skills in costuming gained Buzzfeed notoriety early last year and one look through her work explains why. Unlike her other social media outlets, her blog is more of a tutorial space.

Recent post: Making an 18th Century Robe a la Turque

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