" Emma Chapman was born in 1985 and grew up in Manchester. She studied English Literature at Edinburgh University, followed by a Masters in Creative Writing at Royal Holloway, University of London. After university, she travelled in Scandinavia, and she currently lives in Perth, Western Australia. "
RT @francescamain: Lots of new covers just added including this beautiful paperback cover for @emmajchapman's The Last Photograph https://t…
by @emmajchapman - one month ago
RT @nellstevens: My @lennyletter piece about learning how to speak, brexit tweets and my phenomenal voice coach is online! https://t.co/YW2…
by @emmajchapman - 2 months ago
RT @FrancescaPear: Everyone should read this from @nellstevens on finding your voice https://t.co/lUWdgbzNfZ via @lennyletter
RT @Anna_Mazz: This the British way of saying Fuck You https://t.co/bYbe2bB9TH
200352103476747 - 7 months ago
Tonight, I will be at Urmston Bookshop in Manchester showing the photos that inspired my novel along with author William Ryan. Do come along if you're free - it starts at 7pm!
I'm hitting the this week for a book tour with author William Ryan. Please call in to any of the following events if you're in the area!
Wednesday 5th October - 7pm - Urmston Library with Urmston Bookshop
Thursday 6th October - 2pm - Shaw Hill Golf Resort & Spa Hotel with ebb & flo bookshop, Chorley
Thursday 6th October - 7.30pm - Booka Bookshop, Oswestry
Friday 7th October - 7.30pm - Crickhowell Library with Crickhowell Literary Festival and [book-ish]
Phew! Look forward to seeing you there xx
200352103476747 - 8 months ago
EEK - My event at Helmsley Arts Centre is tonight! So excited...looking forward to chatting about The Last Photograph. The bar will be open and it's very relaxed, so pop along...
Absolutely love Roald Dahl and the below quote from Matilda. I think The Twits is my favourite. What's everyone else's?
Only two days until my event at Helmsley Arts Centre - so looking forward to it. Tickets and books will be available on the door!
WRITERS ASK WRITERS: A Day in the Literary Life of... - 3 years ago
This month in our 'Writers Ask Writers' blog series, we've asked: which other writer, living or dead, we would like to be for a day? I'd also like to welcome our guest blogger, Kirsten Krauth, author of newly published Just A Girl who blogs over at Wild Colonial Girl. When Sara Foster first suggested this topic, I was excited. I thought of all the literary greats who I imagined spending more time 'living' than actually writing. Did I want to be Ernest Hemingway, who wrote standing up in pencil before typing anything, and took a one mile swim without fail every day? Or Henry Miller, who made sure to enjoy dinner with friends or explore his local area on foot in the evening?
I'll show you mine, if you show me yours... - 3 years ago
New home...new office - and I've been taking the transformation of mine relatively seriously. If it's a nice relaxing environment, I will want to go in there every morning and work - right? Decorating the office is like working, while actually avoiding it. It was a lot of fun and I think it's worth it.First, I'll show you what it looked like when I started. It was our spare bedroom, and although the colours were nice, it wasn't somewhere I'd want to work. (There's a desk round that corner by the way, a small one).
Recommended Blogs (and thanks!) - 3 years ago
This time last week, I found out that How To Be A Good Wife has been longlisted for the Dylan Thomas Prize and I was utterly thrilled.
An Update...Wedding, An International Move, A Longlisting - 3 years ago
WRITERS ASK WRITERS: Books That Changed Me - 3 years ago
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