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To constitute a novel, books must total at least 50,000 words. The prize-winning poems will be presented at a public reading in Oxford in February 2014 and will be included in a COMPAS anthology on migration.Previously published poems are eligible as long as the author still retains copyright.Submissions are now being solicited for for Volume 2, Issue 2 until April 30th.Please send work as Word attachments to [email protected] Archives are hosting a weekend of creative writing workshops, talks and readings on Friday 11 & Saturday 12 April 2014.Events include ‘Getting noticed Nicky Potter, Publicist for Frances Lincoln Children’s Books; ‘Archiving publishing collections’ with Eric Huntley, Bogle- L’Ouverture Publications, Margaret Busby of Allison & Busby, Verna Wilkins and Richard Wiltshire, LMA Archivist, and author readings by Posted in Places to Read New Fiction | Tags: Allison & Busby, Bogle- L’Ouverture Publications, Eric Huntley, Frances Lincoln Children’s Books, London Metropolitan Archives, Margaret Busby, Richard Wiltshire, Spring Festival, Verna Wilkins | No Comments » Macmillan Children’s Books has announced that they are extending their crowd- sourced romance imprint Swoon Reads to the UK.
Posted in Places to Publish, Vicky's News | Tags: AAWP, Australasian Association of Writing Programs, Meniscus, Mistaken, new international online literary journal, new short story, Vicky Grut | No Comments » London Metropolitan Archives house an extraordinary range of documents, images, maps, films and books about London and it’s free to use – worth a visit.For more information and details of how to apply click here. Judging Panel: Kirsty Lang, arts journalist and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Posted in Places to Publish, Uncategorized, Writing News | Tags: Aitken Alexander Associates, Charlotte Robertson, Kirsty Lang, literary agent, Mslexia, novel competition, presenter of BBC Radio 4's Front Row, Val Mc Dermid | No Comments » The ESRC Centre on Migration, Policy and Society & Keble College, Oxford, have launched a new poetry competition on the topic of people on the move – over the past decade, in the present and into the future.Closing date: 13 December 2013 Tweet The competition is open to unpublished women novelists writing in any genre for adults, including literary fiction, women’s fiction, young adult fiction, science fiction, fantasy, chick-lit, crime fiction, thriller, historical fiction. Poet and writer Ruth Padel – author of – will select the winning entries.More information on her Canadian publisher’s website, here Biblioasis Tweet The Wasafiri New Writing Prize 2014 is open for entries.They say: ‘We are looking for creative submissions in one of three categories: poetry, fiction and life writing.