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Articles in this issue
Below is a selction of articles in Writing Magazine COMPETITION SPECIAL - October 2016.
Letter from the Editor
Welcome... Dear Reader As writers, it seems some of us are not quite as creative as we could be. Actually, that’s not fair. We are all creative, especially when it comes to finding excuses for not w...
Competition Special 2017
Dear Reader Welcome to the annual Writing Magazine Competition Special – and, yet again, it’s our biggest ever! Read on to find details of over 250 competitions to enter between now and June 2017, so...
Star interview: Eowyn Ivey
Magic realism and the harsh reality of life in a land of extremes play equal parts in shaping journalist turned Pulitzer-nominated novelist Eoywn Ivey’s fiction, she tells Tina Jackson Eowyn Ivey’s ...
On writing: Raymond Chandler
Tony Rossiter explores great words from great writers When I was at school, splitting an infinitive was almost a hanging offence. If I had written, say, to really understand rather than really to un...
How I got published
YA author Melissa Keil shares her path to publicationwith Dolores Gordon-Smith Like most writers, there is a corner of my hard drive filled with the corpses of manuscripts – half-baked ideas and hal...
Beat the bestsellers
THE STYLE AND TECHNIQUE OF… Comic or crime-writer, he uses the same tricks, says Tony Rossiter From stand-up comedian to bestselling crime writer. It’s an unusual progression, but Mark Billingham sa...