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Write Enjoy Repeat

24 EpisodesProduced by claire pearceWebsite

Writing is a tool which is useful for so much more than books and poetry. Write Enjoy Repeat gives you a chance to hear from everyday people about why they love to write and why you should try it. You can also find stories on Instagram @writeenjoyrepeat. For more about my work to get people writing … read more

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“[Writing] makes me feel like I really exist” Anna

May 11th, 2021


In this episode of Write Enjoy Repeat, Anna remembers how her writing emerged from her love of reading. As a teenager, she wrote a diary and then began to write more in her 20s and 30s, attending workshops and courses. …

“Writing, usefully, slows you down” Bob

April 23rd, 2021


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat, Bob remembers enjoying being read to as a child. He enjoys, and feels privileged, to review other people’s writing as an editor, he says it makes him feel part of a community. He …

“It’s just you and the page, and no-one else.” Philly

March 24th, 2021


In this episode of Write Enjoy Repeat Philly
remembers writing about Hammy the Hedgehog who she brought to life from her wallpaper.
Philly enjoys the catharsis it brings, “it’s you and the page, and no-one else.” This …

“Writing is an embodied experience” Ruth

March 12th, 2021


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat, Ruth talks about how writing was a significant part of growing up for her.
Ruth enjoys the physicality of writing and enjoys writing with a pen in the first instance. She finds it a …

"Maybe this time..." Sanderson

February 24th, 2021


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat, Sanderson talks about how he struggled with writing at an early age. He was (much) later diagnosed with ADHD …

“It’s almost a kind of magic” Emma

January 29th, 2021


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat, Emma remembers thinking “I could do this!” when reading poems when she was 8, and still has all she’s written …

“It's the coming home-ness of it.” Shelagh

January 18th, 2021


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat (link in bio), Shelagh remembers first writing by practicing her lettering in handwriting books and getting …

“Express emotion without judgement” Katie

January 8th, 2021


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat, Katie talks about how she was encouraged, as a child, to write poetry by her grandmother. Writing still gives her a sense of connection to her grandmother to this day. Now she …

“Expressing what I couldn’t say out loud” Justine

December 21st, 2020


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat, Justine talks about how she and her schoolmates used to write letters to each other, sharing all the secret, …

"Spark creativity" Lee

December 8th, 2020


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat, Lee talks about how he can remember writing at an old fashioned school desk at home when he was 4. He now …

"Let your flow of consciousness appear on a blank piece of paper” Shah

November 30th, 2020


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat, my final Movember guest Shah talks about how he came to writing a bit later in life in university where he took Creative Writing as a degree.  
Writing allows him to escape and be …

“Getting a load of stuff out of my head” Alex

November 24th, 2020


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat (featuring all male guests for Movember, Alex talks about how he first started enjoying …

I forgive myself before I write anything” Mark

November 20th, 2020


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat (featuring all male guests for Movember, Mark talks about how his first memory of writing was writing a short book - complete with pictures - about a Russian …

“Imagination can take us anywhere” David

November 16th, 2020


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat (featuring all male guests for Movember, David talks about how he loved to read and learn as a child and entered writing competitions in comics like the Beano.
 He …

"Express yourself and connect with your thoughts”

November 9th, 2020


In this edition of Write Enjoy Repeat (featuring all male guests for Movember, Paul talks about how he remembers first writing his …

“We’re all an extension of each other”

October 9th, 2020


In this edition of the Write Enjoy Repeat podcast, Tamara talks about trying to emanate the poetry of her mother and grandmother as a child, how she now writes for work and for pleasure, though sometimes writing can be …

"Everybody has the right to write!”

September 28th, 2020


In this edition of the Write Enjoy Repeat Podcast, Monique talks about wanting to be a poet and scribbling on the back of envelopes when she was a child, getting into Jack Kerouac and now writing in her work as a coach. …

"Bringing people together with words" Mandy

September 20th, 2020


In this edition of the Write Enjoy Repeat Podcast, Mandy talks about how writing can help to process what’s on your mind, she even thinks it should …

"[Writing is] a friend you can bother any time of day..."

September 12th, 2020


At the end of a family holiday Jimmy wrote  poems for all the new friends he’d met. This is his first memory of writing. He later started getting …

"All you need to do is write stuff”

September 5th, 2020


Annie remembers how her mum used to make cassette recordings of her and her little brother putting on plays using a puppet theatre their grandfather …

"A Pandora's box of emotions"

August 27th, 2020


Mithra talks about her early introduction to Indian love poetry in the form of a cassette which inspired her to write. She now uses writing to uncover and explore her ‘Pandora’s box of emotions’ and loves to be …

"Imagination is limitless."

August 14th, 2020


Kelsey talks about her love of creative writing, how it gives her clarity - making sense of what’s on her mind and how she uses it professionally to help her clients to let go of things using imagery. She first wrote at …

"It's a magical electric shock."

July 29th, 2020


Margot talks about her love of writing, what she uses it for and how she expresses herself creatively. Her first memory of writing was sharing grievances with her parents. As a natural introvert this was the perfect way …

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