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Letters To The Editor
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Work In Progress Workshop
Hi Rosemary. What’s your first writing issue? I have written a book based on a young Romanian, renamed Ivan, who we had in our foster care. The first part is a work of fiction from his viewpoint but in the third person and based on how I imagined his
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BRING IN THE harvest
Traditionally, this is the time of year when farmers across the country bring in the harvest. Suddenly, there’s an abundance of food which, if carefully managed, will last through the winter. The freelance writing world is also notorious for its feas
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UK Wellbeing Market
Trigger is an altruistic independent publisher devoted to opening up conversations about mental health and wellbeing. ‘We specialise in creating non-fiction books that aim to help readers to manage their mental wellness,’ said publisher Rachel Gregor
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Terrify Editors With Your Futuristic Story
Corpus Press, based in North Carolina, USA is looking for ‘truly terrifying stories that deal with futuristic themes set in the near future or far’ for Volume 3 of In Darkness Delight, to be published in 2021. Stories should concern times preceding a
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Flashes
Stephen Pollard, editor of the Jewish Chronicle, welcomes exclusive news stories and illustrated articles of relevant interest, 500-1,500 words, including arts and travel. Payment is by arrangement. Details: 28 St Albans Lane, London NW11 7QE; tel: 0
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Gráinne Murphy
Novelist Gráinne Murphy also works as a freelance editor. ‘It gives me flexibility,’ she says, ‘which is brilliant in some respects but cuts both ways – I end up working a lot of evenings and weekends. ‘If I’m working on a first draft, I like to writ
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Literary Scams In The Health Crisis
One of the (sadly far too many) unwelcome side-effects of how people’s behaviour has been affected during the health crisis is a worrying rise in online scamming. The isolated and vulnerable, in particular, are being targeted. The advice overall is s
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Social Setting
I am returning to writing after a break of around fifteen years. During this time social media has expanded massively and I’m finding it all rather overwhelming. I’m hoping to resume writing some articles for magazines as well as venturing into the w
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Rebecca Mascull
Novelist Rebecca Mascull writes not only as Rebecca herself but also as Mollie Walton. I was keen to find out how leading a double writing life works out in practice, but first of all I wanted to learn how it all started for Rebecca. ‘I’ve always lov
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Find A New Home For Your Hauntings
Dark Moon Books editorial team promotes dark fiction by publishing multi-author anthologies and single author collections plus the occasional novel. They want ‘unusual and invigorating dark fiction’ which is ‘experimental, innovative, or progressive…
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Travel Time
Win publication by Strange Days Books in the unpublished category of The Eyelands Book Awards 2020. The winner in the published books category will receive a five-day holiday in Athens and ceramic trophy. Enter poetry, novellas, short story collectio
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Global Non-fiction Market
Mob Lab is an online ‘global learning and collaboration network’ focused on ‘powering the future of social change campaigns.’ Their team, led by global director Michael Silberman, are looking for stories about innovations in advocacy campaigns, espec
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Writing Myself Into Knots
If I had known when I wrote my first crime thriller that it was going to turn into a series, I would have done things differently. For starters, I would have made more detailed notes on the town where the books are set! I am now writing book six and
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Game On?
My first job in publishing – a worryingly long time ago now – was as the assistant to a book packager, a charming, bow tie-wearing and somewhat impecunious book packager who specialised at that time in pop-up books for children. He was perennially ha
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Anger Management Techniques
Another car driver cuts you up on a traffic island, you get overcharged in a shop, or perhaps a work colleague is rude to you. Next thing you know, the red mist descends and it’s volcanic eruption time. There are a lot of angry people out there and p
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Under The Covers
Tomorrow is my 16th wedding anniversary. I’m only mentioning this so you understand that it’s been a long time since I was on the dating scene. But I still remember vividly the first few weeks of being with someone new – someone you think could be ‘T
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Flashes
The Big Issue, edited by Paul McNamee needs illustrated articles, current affairs, reviews and interviews, up to 1,000 words. Payment is £160 per 1,000 words. Details: The Big Issue, 43 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 1RW; email: editorial@thebigissue.com; w
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Stage Play Development Project
Full length plays are invited for Williamsburg, Virginia USA based Panglossian Productions’ Plays in Progress global and local development reading series which aims to ‘experiment with technology and process to discover new structures and practices’.
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UK Fiction Market
Indie Reflex Press takes ‘risks on the forms largely ignored by mainstream publishing: flash fiction, short stories, and novellalength fiction’. The editorial team like writing which is ‘challenging, unusual, or just plain weird.’ Currently open to s
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Go For It!
Action is not easy to write because what you leave out is as important as what you put in. It’s a delicate balance between providing enough information to visualise the scene but not so much that the pace slows as a result. Description paints a pictu
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Circles’ Roundup
The vision of the Association of Christian Writers (ACW) is to encourage, equip and inspire, writes Richard Palmer. But with over thirty affiliated local groups scattered across the country, pursuing this vision in lockdown has proved challenging. Li
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War
The topic of war is vast. There have been thousands of wars in the course of human history and they all have numerous lenses through which they could be researched, such as their military, political, diplomatic, social, psychological and economic asp
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Global Literary Market
Confrontation Magazine is one of the rare literary journals which wants poetry and pays well for it. This well established, highly thought of American journal is open for subs each year between 15 September and 15 April. Submit up to five poems onlin
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Flashes
The Anthology Magazine Poetry Prize invites poems on the theme of ‘Expectations’. The international competition is for original, unpublished poems, up to 40 lines. The winner will receive €500 and their poem will be published in Anthology Magazine. T
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International zine Scene
The Syndrome is an international website and zine with an editorial team whose aim is ‘Empowering women, one laugh at a time’. Their mission is to raise ‘awareness of gender equality issues through humour and satire’. Subs are always wanted of ‘Relev
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Getting Creative With Reality
What do H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald, Notes on a Small Island by Bill Bryson and Tall Stories and Wee Tales by Billy Connolly have in common? They all belong to the increasingly popular genre of creative non-fiction writing. When creative non-fic
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Subscriber Spotlight
‘I am just reading through the latest edition of Writing Magazine and thought I’d write to you about my experience with self-publishing my second book, The Pelican Affair,’ writes subscriber Adrian Wagstaff. ‘It all started when my wife and I went on
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Behind The Tape
Q I have a series of crimes taking place across different parts of the country. Would the police in various counties or cities deal with any aspects of the investigation in different ways? Are there any restrictions on what my detectives can do in on
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Noble Blog
Non-fiction personal essays of 700-2,000 words from all kinds of marginalised writers are wanted for the monthly Knight Errant blog, a branch of the micro press of the same name, established in 2017 to publish ‘unapologetically queer and intersection
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