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editor in chief: Nick Ellis

Nick Ellis

Six years of editing commercial magazines and websites may have done for his hairline, but Nick’s passion for creating and overseeing great editorial content remains undiminished. When he’s not polishing copy, dreaming up ideas for features or looking after his baby daughter, you’ll find him glued to whatever cricket or football match is on the telly. If there’s no sport on the box, he’ll be playing video games or reading epic science fiction novels. Email: editor@gkbcinc.com

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So, you love to write, but is building a career in words really a feasible option? If you have a deep-seated love of language, a sprinkling of natural flair and talent plus a steely determination, then the answer is yes. But times are tough out there in the job market, especially in the creative industries, and […]

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Today’s job market is an incredibly challenging place to enter. With dozens if not hundreds of people chasing every vacancy, just securing an interview can be a triumph in itself. Once you’ve been given the opportunity to present yourself to a potential employer, the last thing you want to do is stuff things up by […]

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Oh, is it that time again? Why, yes it is. The latest scribe to claim our prestigious Writer Of The Week crown is Roz McGann. Roz tweeted to tell us that she loves writing because “I can simultaneously reveal my innermost thoughts and retain a degree of anonymity – therapy!” Which is a fine reason […]

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Image by Daquella manera Like many other arts degrees, English doesn’t have many career-specific skills unless you plan to become an author, so it can sometimes feel like there are both too few and too many career options out there. To help you focus your efforts, here’s some handy career advice for English graduates. Article by Alex […]

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Over on our twitter feed we have an ongoing feature-cum-competition entitled Writer of The Week. All you need to do to enter is to tweet us why you love writing in 140 characters or less. Well, in 120 characters or less as you’ll need to include the #ILoveWritingBecause hashtag. What could you win, aside from […]

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The Confederation of British Industry says employers want employees who are able to produce clear, structured written work. They also expect a level of professionalism appropriate for their specific company. What does that mean for today’s graduates entering the workplace for the first time? Article by David Shindler

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Over on our twitter feed we’ve started up a little competition entitled Writer of The Week. All you need to do to enter is to tell us why you love writing in 140 characters or less. Actually it’s 120 characters or less because you’ll need to include the hashtag #ILoveWritingBecause. What can you win in […]

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Image by stephendann An attack of writer’s block is the scribe’s very worst nightmare (well, apart from that one about being trapped in a suitcase full of slugs). But if you do find yourself hitting the wall then despair ye not, because Jennifer Leung has some top tips for getting back into the writing groove…