Writing On It All is a participatory writing project that pushes back against inherited beliefs that literature and writing are, or should be, the preserve of a special few, by engaging interested members of the public in writing on the interior surfaces of an out-of-use house. Writing On It All invites writers working in multiple genres and media to experiment with literature as an embodied and collective practice. Facilitators and participants take to the walls to write, attending to the histories and the living dynamics of the site of writing. Writing On It All supports writers in developing public arts programming, at the same time offering a platform for building a public, site-specific creative practice.