Very soon, on Unladylike podcast, you can hear our first few episodes.
And they are stonkers*, if we do say so ourselves.
Vivian Gornick and Sian Prior, both journalists and memoir writers, in conversation about memory, imagination and language.
Fiona Wood, Simmone Howell and Cath Crowley talk about portraying friendship in writing for young adults, and their own collaborations.
Historian Clare Wright and editor Mandy Brett on the process of creating an award-winning bestseller.
Tessa Dare on romance fiction as a feminist genre, and why readers are in love with love.
Novelist Toni Jordan and playwright Patricia Cornelius on the power of purple language.
And after that? You just wait.
noun BRITISH informal plural noun: stonkers
something which is very large or impressive of its kind.
(Oxford Dictionary, Oxford University Press)