With a clever name and comforting (and challenging) content, the Ilkley Literature Festival's Be All Write portal is a wonderful resource for literature enthusiasts. The festival, an annual, multi-day event that takes place just outside of Leeds, England, brings together book lovers in person. But, amidst the pandemic, the portal invites readers and writers from around the world to convene online. The portal is divided into four projects: an audio archive of author interviews, weekly writing challenges, weekly book quizzes, and a reading list. Though the challenges launched several months ago, readers can still browse the past prompts and quizzes. A range of topics are included in both; for example, writers will be challenged to broaden their repertoire by preparing a monologue (Week 6) and writing a holiday carol (Week 32). The rest of the festival's site is also stuffed with great resources. The What's On tab links to a podcast and highlights upcoming digital events; the Children and Young People tab monitors events and writing competitions of interest to young readers and writers; and the About Us tab catalogs video performances that may be of interest.