Awen’s new Intern

By Morgan Blanks

My name is Morgan Blanks and I have recently become an intern for Awen, for whom I will be managing a project involving the authors published by the company. I’ve recently set about sending questionnaires to each of the authors as a start to finding reviewers for their books.

As I am currently in my first year of studying Creative Writing at Bath Spa University, I thought what better way to gain a bit of experience than by doing an internship. So, when the opportunity arose I grabbed it with both hands and threw myself into the deep end by attempting something that I hadn’t done before. In other words, I wanted to get my hands dirty with a project that was unfamiliar to me, and one that I could learn from for the future.

Creative writing has always been a big part of my life and has been an ambition that I have never wavered from. At the age of nine years old I started writing a children’s book called ‘The Desert Island’, which was self-published by AuthorHouse and can be found on Amazon. Currently, on my course, I have been trying out new forms of creative writing that I’d never even heard of before, including Nature Writing and Experimental Writing, all of which have really helped me to home in on the type of writing that I want to succeed with. I am most enthusiastic about writing more novels, which will hopefully be publishable; as a writer I know that the process is long, but that it is also never too early to try and get published. My increased interest in poetry has also been thanks to the Creative Writing course; but I have truly enjoyed reading some of the poetry published by Awen, which, I have no doubt, will inspire me to write some of my own.

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