Elisa Webb describes herself as a student, teacher, writer – her debut novel Darkling Park was published with Patrician Press. In this week’s episode she shares her journey through building a successful career; through burnout and depression; and on into a Practice-based Southern Gothic Imaginative Writing PhD.  

We talk about the experience of crisis/crossroads and how Elisa decided to make returning to study for a PhD a positive step forward.  

We talk about being a first generation student going to university.

Elisa discusses the advantages and disadvantages of being a mature student and juggling caring responsibilities with researching.

She also shares some top tips to help with focus and clarifying your thinking.

You can find out more about Elisa’s work here: 

https://contactanauthor.co.uk/author/869/elisa-webb

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