I’ve got some news. I’m now a Visiting Teaching Fellow at Manchester Metropolitan University! I’m deeply fortunate. It’s a great opportunity to meet other writers and engage with students passionate about writing. I’m completely new to something like this and I’ve got to learn. A New Home I was delighted to find out the old Cornerhouse Read more about Teaching Fellow at Manchester Metropolitan University[…]
I’ve completed the final draft of my current novel. I shall rejoice for a heartbeat and then I will plunge back into its dark deep depths. To polish it. Over the last few months I’ve read an enormous amount about the craft of forging fiction. I’ve learned some hard lessons along the way and I Read more about A Writer’s Life: 9th March 2009[…]
So where am I today in my wordsmithery? Well, I’d say I’m in the middle of lots of projects: 1. I’m writing the follow-up to the The Curry Mile. 2. I’m working on drafting my first screenplay…big budget.3. I’m thought-showering another screenplay…small budget4. I’m planning the next edit of a children’s book I’ve been in Read more about A Writer’s Life: 16th July 2008[…]
A quick rundown of some stats on the running of my website www.zahidhussain.co.uk – as of today, I’m getting visits from 41 countries around the world which is absolutely amazing. I have no idea how people from Iran, Japan and Washington State in the U.S. are hearing about my work. I am agog. ZHZ.
I write every day. I don’t write from nine till five, simply because I can’t – I work full-time and the little time that remains is all I have to offer my muse. I wanted to share some of my world with you…few writers are willing to open the door and let would-be writers into Read more about A Writer’s Life: 28th Feb 2008[…]