Friday, 8 April 2016

Writers & Artists newsletter

The new Writers & Artists newsletter is out with details of a new Sonnet Writing Competition and the results of the Short Story Writing Competition:



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Sonnet Writing Competition


To commemorate 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare we’ve come together with The Arden Shakespeare and the Royal Society of Literature to offer a completely free sonnet writing competition. Prizes include a leather-bound edition of Shakespeare’s Complete Works (RRP £99.99) and free membership to the Royal Society of Literature for a year.

 

 

 



Winners announced!

Natasha Pulley – author of The Watchmaker of Filigree Street and this year’s judge of our annual short story competition – has chosen her winner and two runners up.

 

 

 


Suzannah Dunn

How to Write Historical Fiction Conference
Following the exciting announcement that Louisa Young, Anthony Riches and S D Sykes will be on-hand to lead exclusive two-hour workshop sessions, we’re thrilled to reveal Suzannah Dunn as keynote speaker at our inaugural How to Write Historical Fiction conference.

 

 

 


"A manuscript is like a raw diamond, its value buried deep at its core.”

Rebecca Faith Heyman offers advice on what to look out for when you're looking to work with an editor.

 

 

 


 

Beat the Rejection Clinic

 

"You'll be at the top of the slush pile for thirty minutes of intensive discussion.”

Our Beat the Rejection Clinic service offers the unique opportunity for you to receive feedback on your covering letter, synopsis and opening chapters of your manuscript from a literary agent in a thirty-minute one-to-one consultation. 
Find out more about each agent, view the dates they’re available and reserve your place.

 

 

 


Cathy Bramley

"The chemistry between our two main characters has to be there right from the beginning.”

Cathy Bramley outlines the challenges that writers face in keeping readers on their toes, and ultimately delivering that sought after happy ending. 

 

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