Seasons of Story
An online literary journal devoted to books, art, creativity and seasonal delights.
Reading together through the seasons...
Seasons of Story is an online journal that celebrates the beauty, inspiration and joy to be found in each season.
I'll be sharing specially commissioned articles and poems by fabulous writers, as well as pieces written by me and my equally bookish mum, Donna.
My wish is that the content you'll find within Seasons of Story will spark many moments of connection, inspiration and quiet contemplation throughout every month of your year.CLICK HERE TO READ THE NOVEMBER ISSUE
Some of our upcoming Seasons of Story contributors...
Yvonne Battle-Felton is an award winning writer, whose debut novel, Remembered, was long-listed for the Women’s Prize for Fiction (2019) and shortlisted for the Jhalak Prize (2020). Yvonne is the Senior Commissioning Editor (Fiction) at John Murray and Associate Teaching Professor and Academic Director of Creative Writing at Cambridge University Institute of Continuing Education. She divides her time between Yorkshire and Cambridge.
Yvonne's first Seasons of Story poem will drop in October.
(Author photo © Ian Robinson)
Chloë Ashby is an author and arts critic who has written for The Times, TLS, Guardian, frieze and others. She is the author of Colours of Art: The Story of Art in 80 Palettes. Her first novel, Wet Paint, was published in 2022, and her second novel, Second Self, followed in 2023. She lives in London.
Chloë's first Seasons of Story article will drop in November.
(Author photo © Sophie Davidson)
Gavin Plumley is a cultural historian. He appears frequently on BBC radio and has written for newspapers and magazines around the world. Gavin’s first book, A Home for All Seasons, is published by Atlantic Books. He lives in Herefordshire with his husband and their spaniel.
Gavin's first Seasons of Story article will drop in December.
(Author photo © Theresa Pewal)
Laetitia Maklouf is a mother and writer who has been nutty about gardening since she planted some seeds by accident in her twenties. She lives in London with her husband and three children. Her latest book The Five Minute Garden is available now.
Laetitia's first Seasons of Story article will drop in November.
(Author photo © Laetitia Maklouf)