N Quention Woolf is a writer and broadcaster, anchoring radio show Londonist Out Loud and hosting London-based writing groups such as The Writers’ Lab and The Brick Lane Book Group – recently rated by TimeOut as one of London’s best reading groups. He is now, to his credit and our rapture, the columnist of a new segment in Open Pen Magazine exploring the ins, outs, tos, and fros of writing and, of course, writing in London, a subject very close to the hearts and minds of our readership.
Woolf’s Issue Six column Londons For Writers will explore the psychogeography and micro-localism of Londoners (hence the lack of an apostrophe), and what that can mean for our writing.
Issue Six, our biggest edition of Open Pen to date, is nearly upon us. Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter or sign up to our mailing list (‘mailing list’ to email@example.com) so that you don’t miss out on a copy upon release.
To find out more about Mr. Woolf, visit his website where you’ll find details of his highly regarded writers groups and can subscribe to his podcast for The Londonist. N Quentin Woolf’s debut novel is currently scheduled for release in 2014.