Jade Cuttle, Author at Homeschooling

    Articles by Jade Cuttle

    Jade Cuttle graduated from the University of Cambridge with First-Class Honours in Literature, going on to undertake an MA in Poetry at the University of East Anglia. Selected by Ledbury Poetry Festival as an Emerging Critic and winning Best Reviewer (Editor's Choice) in the 2018 Saboteur Awards, Jade has written for the Guardian, The Times Literary Supplement, The Spectator, The Times & The Sunday Times, the Observer, BBC Radio 3, BBC Proms, The Poetry Review and elsewhere. She is Deputy Poetry Editor at Ambit and judging the Costa Book Awards 2019. You can find out more on her website: www.jadecuttle.com

    Words of Unity Poetry Competition

    Words of Unity Poetry Competition 2020

    The competition is open until 28 February 2020, and written poetry as well as spoken word performances are being accepted, covering everything from haiku, to limericks, to rap.


    Puffin Books Celebrate 80 Years

    The first Puffins were published in 1940 as non-fiction books to support child evacuees. By the following year, Puffin had published its first four major storybooks, including the famous Worzel Gummidge.


    The Future of Storytelling: AI and Machine Learning

    AI and machine learning are increasingly being harnessed as creative tools, reshaping the scope of storytelling and the reader’s experience.


    National Poetry Day Turns 25 Today

    National Poetry Day celebrates its 25th anniversary on 3rd October with a campaign themed around ‘truth’.

    Writing Competitions

    The First Woman to be Oxford Professor of Poetry

    Responsibilities include giving a public lecture each term, an oration at the Oxford University’s honorary degree ceremony, and representing the contemporary poetry world more widely.


    National Writing Day 2019

    From poetry to play-writing, storytelling to songwriting, the aim behind the programme is to celebrate all forms of writing.