Project Type: Resources

The List: Literary Magazines

The List: Literary Magazines

Literary magazines publish fiction, poetry, criticism and other writing. They range from online blogzines to printed publications sold from university bookstores. The list below is a reasonably-comprehensive run down of magazines based in the UK. If you’re an aspiring writer or poet it’s well worth […]

How To Identify A Vanity Publisher

How To Identify A Vanity Publisher

Introduction Vanity publishing is a slippery industry which, over its history, has given itself a number of different names. You might have come across “author service providers”, or “self-publishing consultancies”, or companies which refer to themselves as “subsidy” or “co-operative” presses. The one thing that […]

Excel Submissions Tracker

Excel Submissions Tracker

{ Click Here To Download The Submissions Tracker } When sending out your work for possible publication it can sometimes be difficult to keep track of what has been sent where. To help with this, we’ve put together a simple Excel spreadsheet which you can […]

The List: Writing Links

The List: Writing Links

Listed here are a number of online resources that should be of use to writers. Resources range from online dictionaries to software that might help you organise or backup your writing. I’ve also listed some books that any aspiring author should at least take a […]

The List: Writing Competitions

The List: Writing Competitions

Listed below are a number of writing competition based in the UK. Entering short story and poetry competitions can be a good way to get your work noticed, and may help when it comes time to approach editors about publishing a book. Book prizes, meanwhile, […]

How To Submit Your Writing To Literary Magazines

How To Submit Your Writing To Literary Magazines

Introduction This article is designed to be a complete and thorough guide for anyone who is interested in having their short story or poem published in a literary magazine, but doesn’t know where to start. You’ll probably find it most useful if you’ve never sent […]