Across the ages, war has always been a popular theme in poetry.
Among Shakespeare’s many plays, Macbeth is a wildly popular study text.Read More »
A question I often get about writing is whether it is ever ‘okay to write in first person’.Read More »
One of the first literary devices most English students learn is ‘simile’, which is derived from the Latin word ‘similis’, meaning ‘like’.
We all love a good laugh.Read More »
Ah, the age-old dilemma – to passive voice, or not to passive voice?Read More »
You know the feeling: when you’re tasked with writing an essay but don’t know where or how to start.Read More »