Writing might seem old-fashioned in the era of TikTok and YouTube, but the form is having a renaissance on the internet. With more people and companies turning to distributed work, mastery of asynchronous (non-instant) forms of communication like writing is now crucial to productivity, for individuals and teams.

So how can newbies get started with the craft of writing? And how can experienced practitioners keep developing? Enter London Writers’ Salon. Parul Bavishi and Matt Trinetti have created a virtual community of writers from across the globe, and it’s one of my favourites stories of the pivot to a digital operation.

Whether you write fiction, nonfiction, journalism, newsletters, blog posts or something else entirely, come to The Writers’ Hour on weekday mornings (UK time) and build your sustainable writing habit with the support of 100+ colleagues.