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Issue 83 has arrived and it’s overflowing with insight into some amazing writers – Maggie Gee tells us about her Achilles Heel, newly appointed Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell spills her sources of inspiration and our positive agenda piece explores grassroots philanthropy in the writing community.
Other features include: Mslexia’s Fiction Competitions 2019 end on the 30 September (that’s Flash Fiction, Short Story AND Adult Novel), so make sure you get your entry submitted in plenty of time to be in with a chance of winning one of the many spectacular prizes.
Their website adds forums, event listings, and a wide range of resources—from a database of independent small presses to weekly writing prompts.
Our favorite feature: The Grants & Awards section of lists open calls for submission to grant programs, poetry prizes, writing fellowships, and more.
writ.rs/showcase pic.twitter.com/VDqxv ZKTh2 Just putting another writing-goodie into welcome packs for #summerpoetry poets - who'll be arriving on Monday for a busy Carnlough/Glens creative week.
Thanks, @Writing Magazine for current issue of a journal that's got so much valuable/useful info & advice for writers.
There’s something for everyone here, whether you’re writing fiction, memoir, or freelance, and the articles tend to be quick, easily digested reads.
Our favorite feature: is like two magazines in one.