What we're about

London Writers' Salon is a community of writers helping each other write more, more often, and with more success.

We run expert interviews, mighty masterclasses, and powerful programs to help writers level-up their craft, publish their best work, connect with fellow writers, and learn from world-class artists.

The Salon is open to all writers: poets, novelists, playwrights, screenwriters, bloggers, journalists, songwriters, and every kind of writer in between.

Why writing? Why writers? We believe writing has the power to change and improve the world.

We hope you can join us for our daily Writers' Hour or a future Salon interview.

Make yourself at home and let us know if you have any questions in the meantime.

London Writers' Salon is run by Parul Bavishi and Matt Trinetti.

• Parul Bavishi has been an editor for over a decade, and has worked at Random House, Quercus and Cornerstones where she has helped writers such as Andy Mcnab, and Olympic athlete Christine Ohuruogu and edited a number of inspiring and award-winners novelists. As an editor at Publishing Uncovered she works with thriller and YA writers to help them prepare for submitting to agents. Parul is passionate about story structure and genre; most recently she studied under Shawn Coyne, creator of the Story Grid method.

• Matt Trinetti is a writer, publisher, TEDx speaker, and workshop facilitator. For the last 6 years, Matt has designed and led career change and entrepreneurship programmes at Escape The City to help unfulfilled professionals pursue more creative work and reinvent their careers. Matt also started GiveLiveExplore, an indie publishing house producing modern travelogues like Stephen Markley's Tales of Iceland, a perennial seller on Amazon and in Iceland. Matt's writing has appeared in Quartz, Observer, Huffington Post, and on his blog http://GiveLiveExplore.com .

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Writers' Hour: Daily Writing Sprint (4pm BST)

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Writers' Hour: Daily Writing Sprint (1pm BST)

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Writers' Hour: Daily Writing Sprint (8am BST)

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Writers' Hour: Daily Writing Sprint (4pm BST)

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