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The Writers’ Advice Centre for Children’s Books -
- is a literary consultancy service offering all kinds of advice and training to children’s writers. It is run by Louise Jordan, author of How to Write for Children & Get Published and children’s book editor for Writers’ Forum magazine. The Centre use experienced editors, currently working in children’s publishing, and are proud of their unmatched level of success in placing children’s books with publishers and agents. The Writer’s Advice Centre also publishes a small list of their own and are always on the lookout for good new writers.
www.poetryzoo.com - from Gillian Ferguson.
Funded by Digital Innovation awards from Creative Scotland and Scottish Enterprise. PoetryZoo aims to encourage creativity – the writing, reading and sharing of poetry – using the latest digital tools. It is custom-built for the needs of poetry. There is no need for any apps – the site adapts instantly to any device – poetry anytime, anywhere! It is free to join http://poetryzoo.com/pages/about
Everyone gets a private Workspace to write in and work on their poems, or to import existing work – and a ‘Poetry Window’ to display their finished work – individual poems or building whole collections; this is fully integrated with Twitter and other social media. http://poetryzoo.com/how-it-works. There’s ‘Readers and Reading’ – pretty much like Twitter’s ‘Followers and Following’ – common interest/experience Groups; communal Anthologies; comments – and there’s a ‘Muse’ space with editorial http://muse.poetryzoo.com, features on poetry, etc. I am one of the Co-founders and am a published poet myself – my ‘Poetry Window’ on the site is at http://poetryzoo.com/author/gilliankferguson.
Short stories always welcome for Scribble (incorporating Debut), the short story magazine (Est. 1999). 84 pages of quality fiction and other items about writing. Over £100.00 in prizes in each issue. Readers vote for best three stories. Critiques offered on any unsuitable work – free for annual subscribers. For further details please visit www.parkpublications.co.uk or write to Park Publications, 14 The Park, Stow on the Wold, Cheltenham, Glos. GL54 1DX.
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A Message from Associate Member Eileen Thornton
I was wondering whether you would be interested in taking part in this blog hop to help promote your books. Take a look at Oliver Eade’s blog and you’ll see the questions you have to answer on your own blog. www.olivereade.blogspot.com Anyway let me know asap as I am already working on my answers. If you are interested in taking part (being tigged by me at the end of my questions/answered, then you’ll need to give me a couple of sentences about your writing and your blog/website address.
Now Available on Kindle – Divorcees.Biz – A novel of fun and romance.
Vote for Divorcees.Biz in the Turning the Page Book of the Year Comp www.divorcees.biz
More about Eileen’s book on our new ‘Members Published’ page – click here
Professional Audio Books by Kyle Jones
Audio books are more popular than ever at the moment and maybe worth exploring as an aspiring or experienced writer. Not only do they have the power to circumvent the restrictions of traditional publishers and allow anyone to either market or share their creative words, plots, ideas, adventures, and life journeys but enable a writer to explore the different and dramatic dimension of the voice. Recordings of your best stories can be uploaded to websites, made into CDs, podcasts, put on memory sticks and shared amongst family, friends, local bookshops, libraries, bus and train companies or anywhere around the globe. Amazon and its counterpart Audible also enable writers to market their work online.
I am a recent member and big fan of recording, editing, and mixing digital sound using either a studio, phone line, or best 32 bit portable digital recorder. I produce a weekly radio show at Radio Cherwell Oxford called The Stethoscope and make various feature programmes on a range of subjects from the history of anaesthetics to pigeon racing, growing watercress, shipping racehorses by air, traditional thatching and more.
I would like to offer my services to writers for a (hopefully) reasonable fee and support writers to share their good works in audio formats. Either you could read your own story or I could arrange it to be read by a professional voice. I could either come to you, you to me, or down the phone line at the studio. Or I could share with you the ins and outs of making your own audio recording if you so desire. Obviously it is important to know thar 1,000 words normally reads in approximately 10 minutes so pick your favorite short story to begin with. I am also interested to broadcast a series of stories within the Oxford hospitals and explore a national rail scheme that helps promote downloadable podcasts for those commuting. I also would consider hosting a storefront website that could distribute, share, sell, and market your stories. If you are intrigued please get in touch. I also am a skilled photographer and can assist with any CD artwork you might require. Kyle Jones 07962 207988 or firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.
Scrivener For Dummies by Gwen Hernandez
Make complicated writing projects simple and take your writing skills to the next level with Scrivener Scrivener is the first and only word processing program designed specifically for the messy, non-linear way writers really work. Scrivener For Dummies is the easiest way to master this powerful writing software. Written by veteran Scrivener trainer and novelist Gwen Hernandez, you’ll learn to set up a new project, organize your research, track scene elements, create custom layouts, and more with this friendly Scrivener guide. • Say “hello” to Scrivener — quickly learn your way around the Scrivener workspace and all its basic functions, features, buttons, parts, and pieces • The perfect form — create custom project templates tailored to your needs and style, and store them to use for future projects • Bid adieu to pushpins, index cards, and lost ideas — keep your writing, research, character sketches, synopses, outlines, drafts and images all in one dedicated project file • Unlimited formatting freedom — instantly export your work into many formats and document combinations, without affecting the original manuscript • Bring your story to life — view multiple scenes at once, storyboard with index cards, or view your work in outline form • Goodbye to paper clutter and paper cuts — track multiple versions of a manuscript with Revision mode and keep notes ready-to-hand with Quick Reference panels
Exclusively for National Association of Writers Members, visit www.wiley.com/buy/978-1-1183-1247-6 and get 25% off (+ free P&P) by entering discount code: VBB19
Pick up your copy today!
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The Talliston Writers’ Circle
Great Dunmow, Essex
• Officially registering with the National Association of Writers’ Groups (NAWG), the Talliston Writers’ Circle is headed by award-winning author, John Trevillian, to act as a challenging and supportive social group for all writers of fiction and non-fiction.
• The benefits of joining include: - Increased motivation and inspiration to keep writing - A way of interacting socially with other writers - Focusing activities around writing, including access to competitions and writing festivals - Mixing new writers with already published authors to share stories and experiences - Regular meetings in an inspirational environment
• Quotes: “Talliston is all about creating the extraordinary from the ordinary, which in essence is what any writer sets out to do. It is that passion that drives people to pick up a pen, or sit in front of a computer screen, and tell such astonishing stories.”
“The Talliston Writers’ Circle is just one more way we are reaching out local creative people to create a challenging and supportive social group of like-minded individuals.”
• Talliston is an on-going interior design/art installation project in Great Dunmow, Essex, UK. Set to be completed in Autumn 2015, the project takes an ordinary three-bedroomed semi-detached, ex-council house and transforms it into thirteen unique locations, each set in its own time and space. Once completed, it will also be a creative hub for a variety of events and happenings.
• John Trevillian is an award-winning British author of the dystopian science fiction trilogy, The A-Men (The A-Men, The Amen Return, Forever A-Men).
Fascinated by the crossover points of technology, religion and myth, Trevillian’s work is as much informed by the roles of magazine editor, technology writer and IT journalist as his training in the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids and Native American Shamanism (Lakota Sioux).
He is the founder of the Talliston interior design and art project, plus Shadowmagick, a collection of poetry, songs, travel journals, short stories and other miscellaneous writing.
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Normally €11.95, the anthology is now available through June at special launch prices from www.LabelloPress.com.
“Gem Street” is an eclectic mix of 11 glittering new stories by award-winning and new authors from Ireland, the UK, the USA, New Zealand, Canada, France, and Spain.
Publishing with a personal approach, the Press holds its International Short Story Competition each year in conjunction with the Leonard A. Koval Memorial Prize. This year’s competition will open on 1st July. Please check the Labello site for submission guidelines. Each story selected for inclusion in “Gem Street” is awarded one of the prizes.
For more information about how to purchase a copy of “Gem Street”, please visit www.LabelloPress.com
Information about this year’s competition can be found at: www.LabelloPress.com/submission-guidelines.html
Roz Southey’s new blog:
The Write Place, which gives advice and tips for writers of all standards and experience. The blog has exercises to improve writing skills, reviews of writing books, information on courses, general news items, discussion pieces and much more. The site can be accessed from www.rozsouthey.co.uk via the link in the left column.
Roz Southey is the author of the Charles Patterson mysteries, a series of historical detective novels set in Newcastle upon Tyne and published by Crème de la Crime (now an imprint of Severn House). Her short stories have appeared in a number of publications, including the Mammoth Book of Best British Crime. She lectures at Newcastle University and has also published non-fiction books and articles, including local and family history, and academic papers. She has also been a judge of a numerous of short story competitions including a competition run by NAWG.
I would like to remind our members that we have a Facebook page,
‘The National Association of Writers’ Groups’, and would appreciate it if you regularly visited it – it is there for you.
We also have a Twitter account @NAWGnews.
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New for 2012 – NAWG Musers
NAWG Musers is a new email-based resource for NAWG members who would welcome the opportunity to improve their writing by having a one-to-one contact to review, discuss work, help with editing, proof-reading or whatever is most useful to you.
Some members already have this sort of direct contact but for those of us who don’t it is hoped NAWG Musers will fill the gap. Full details available in the forthcoming newsletter and April Link.
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“A brand new writing school and retreat opens this spring in the Loire Valley and is offering a special discount to Writer’s Group members.
Just quote NAWGcc12 when you contact Ian or Natalie Moore on firstname.lastname@example.org and check out their exciting courses on leschampscreatifs.com”
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NAWG Member Keith Large, a member of the affiliated writing group, Turning the Page, introduces his film, Summer Ice.
Watch this trailer:-http://www.youtube.com/user/gazdakin1
For more details contact Keith:-Keith Large <email@example.com>
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London Writers’ Cafe meets twice a month to give creative writers the opportunity to share their work and get supportive and constructive feedback from other writers. Despite our popularity, our meetings are informal, friendly and social events and with good contacts to the publishing industry (please see our sponsor list) we host an array of workshops, author talks and special events for writers too. LWC is free to join and is inclusive of all writers; from novelists, playwrights, poets, essayists and short story writers. So if you are looking for a lively community, feedback group or just an excuse to socialise with other writers please take a look at our website: http://www.meetup.com/londonwriterscafe or email us or like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/londonwriterscafe
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Poetry Book Society
Founded by T S Eliot and friends in 1953, the Poetry Book Society is a unique poetry organisation which provides its members with its Poet Selectors’ choice of the best new poetry books. The PBS has two websites; an online bookshop (www.poetrybookshoponline.com) offering 90,000 poetry books and CDs, including the Poetry Archive recordings, together with a wide range of poetry news, articles, reviews, information and events listings, and the PBS website, www.poetrybooks.co.uk, which has a special members’ section and houses the PBS’s projects, including the T S Eliot Prize and its Shadowing and reading group schemes.
For further information please go to www.poetrybooks.co.uk/projects
or contact: Hilary Davidson or Chris Holifield at the Poetry Book Society
tel 020 7831 7468 emails firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
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The Kati Nicholl Editorial Agency
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Over 30 years of editing, buying, abridging and reviewing for major publishers and agents, national magazines and newspapers
Whether you are a brand-new writer wanting constructive criticism or editorial help, or an established author whose publisher is demanding more finish, we offer a full and wide-ranging service, either electronically or physically, with guaranteed delivery dates.
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The School Creative Centre
Press Release 17.03.2011
BAFTA Winner launches new writers’ hub
A new writers’ hub is set to launch later this month, offering writers in Kent and East Sussex an opportunity to network, share ideas and explore development opportunities. Co-ordinated by BAFTA-winning writer Roy Apps, the Rye Hub of New Writing South, a creative writing organisation, will provide emerging and professional writers from all media with a focal point from which to organise networking and creative opportunities and discuss project ideas.
Following the successful launch of a similar initiative in Portsmouth, the Rye Hub will be launched at The School Creative Centre in Rye on Tuesday 29 March and will feature guest speaker Carole Hayman, a writer, producer and film-maker whose most recent novel, political satire Hard Choices, was shortlisted for the Silver Booker Prize.
The Rye Hub will go on to meet for lunch on the last Tuesday of each month. Each session will feature a guest speaker plus plenty of discussion on a range of issues affecting creative writers and their industry. Forthcoming topics include e-publishing, copyright and writing for soundscape.
Co-ordinator Roy Apps is the author of 58 children’s books, and has written dozens of TV scripts. He is one of only four writers to have received a personal BAFTA Children’s Film & Television Writers’ Award.
Inaugural guest speaker Carole Hayman was born in Kent, which features in her trilogy of novels, The Warfleet Chronicles. Carole’s work has featured on radio and television, for which she co-wrote the BBC Radio 4 and ITV series Ladies of Letters.
The first Rye Hub session is free, and will be held on Tuesday 29 March from 12noon to 2pm. Subsequent Hub meetings will be free to New Writing South members, and £5.00 to visitors.
Notes to editors: The School Creative Centre is a creative and cultural hub and studio facility for professional artists and makers of outdoor work, offering a varied performance and live music programme and dynamic visual and performing arts workshops for children, young people and adults in Kent and East Sussex.
New Writing South works with all kinds of creative writers and new writing in the south east region: authors, playwrights, poets, screen writers, radio writers, journalists and more. They offer writers’ development, encouragement, resources and opportunities to make new contacts. They also programme numerous events that aim to enhance skills, stretch creativity and broker partnerships with those who produce and publish work. Membership is open to everyone involved in creative writing in the south.
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How to win a short story competition
To help you craft a winning story, here’s some guidance from previous judges of Mslexia’s Women’s Short Story Competitions
- Choose intriguing subject matter.
One of the easiest way to make your story unique is to set it somewhere exotic, or write about a topic (ornithology, millinery, billiards) that has its own wonderful language.
‘I longed to read about something extraordinary’, Tracy Chevalier.
‘Consider writing about science, history, philosophy, politics, travel… Subject matter that will set your story apart’, Sara Maitland.
- Make something happen.
A short story should chronicle a transformation or change; so steer clear of static scenarios and internal monologues. And make the change concrete if possible.
‘I like a story with movement rather than a snapshot in time’, Val McDermid.
‘I prefer a tale driven by events, by conflict between characters’, Kate Mosse.
- Don’t use an extract from your novel.
Novel extracts make unsatisfying short stories. The pace of a novel is different, because the characters are on a longer journey. The novel walks, where the story needs to run.
‘A short story must go somewhere, and actually arrive in the span of its short life’, Maggie Gee.
‘Some stories ruled themselves out by dint of their sheer formlessless’, Helen Simpson.
- Purge those clichés.
Raise your description to another level by spending some quality time with every adjective and adverb. Could you find better ones? Could you leave any out? Could you replace that simile with a metaphor?
‘I think metaphor is far stronger than simile’, Stella Duffy.
‘I prefer writing that is brilliant but flawed to something less ambitious that’s almost perfect’, Patience Agbabi.
- Focus on an unusual character.
If you decide to write about something you have experienced, try transposing it into the life of someone wilder, uglier, madder, badder than you are – and see what happens.
‘You don’t need to have great thoughts, just great characters’, Deborah Moggach.
‘Step away from yourself and look out into the world. You’re not as interesting as you think!’, Tracy Chevalier.
- Write in first person.
A surefire way to hook a reader and get them involved is to slip inside your main character’s skin and look at the world through their eyes.
‘It’s no coincidence that the top prizewinning stories were all written in the first person’. Jill Dawson.
‘Try rewriting your story in first person; it will come alive’. Deborah Moggach.
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‘Turning your Knowledge into Income’
by Chris Day Filament Publishing – £10
Chris Day is a prolific and successful writer, author, business journalist and publisher whose passion revolves around the effective use of words. His latest offering, Turning your Knowledge into Income, is an infinitely useful and highly inspiring 188-page soft-back book. This cleverly constructed compendium could well provide just the push you need to develop and take control of a lucrative new income source – or even an ingeniously ‘recycled’ or parallel career.
This is achievable, says Chris, simply by converting your Knowledge into a far-reaching scenario that can add value to others’ lives. The format of the book itself succinctly and effectively epitomises exactly what Chris is advising his readers to do themselves. He has neatly pulled on his huge accumulated wealth of Knowledge to create a powerful, all-embracing ‘layman’s’ guide, all presented in a single volume.
Aimed primarily at aspiring writers but also entirely relevant to anyone finding themselves at an unexpected crossroads in their career or life journey, Chris’s book contains a vast amount of invaluable information and packages it into easily accessible, bite-sized chunks, which together create a highly achievable route to personal and financial success.
From cover to cover, Chris himself looms large as a personable, inspiring, expert, and successful entrepreneur, providing entirely relevant, positive, and realistic advice and guidance on a subject that arises from his lifelong passion for words and their manifold uses.
Throughout his own career he has used them to great effect, working on stage and behind the scenes in theatre, acting on film and on television, as a voiceover artist on radio… setting up a number of successful businesses… as a trainer and public speaker – and now enjoying a varied and fulfilling life as a multi-media publisher.
Throughout the book and in his inimitable style, Chris also calls upon a raft of highly respected, high achieving friends and colleagues, all of whom are proven experts in their particular fields. From them he has managed to extract invaluable contributions and reference guides to a host of crucial subjects from Goal Mapping (Brian Mayne), and Mind Mapping (Phil Chambers) to Working successfully from Home (Rachael Ross), Social Networking (David White) and Entrepreneurial, Marketing and Business Consulting (Jonathan Jay) – as well as including items from a number of published authors (David Barber, Colin Bennett, Ron G Holland and John Rushton) and a professional photographer (Frazer Ashford).
Turning your Knowledge into Income is divided into three parts, with Part One entitled ‘Know What You Know’, Part Two ‘Grow What You Know’ and Part Three, ‘Share What You Know’.
Each section is bursting with words of experience from Chris and his contributors, and designed to help you identify the assets you already possess – which, if properly packaged, others will willingly pay for – and through which you can take the necessary steps to create a thriving business.
“Most people spend a lifetime making regular deposits into their personal Bank of Knowledge and build up considerable assets” says Chris. “Very often they completely overlook what could be the most valuable things they own – their Knowledge, experience and the many insights they have gained over the years. By ignoring them, they are, in effect, letting the account at their Bank of Knowledge lie dormant!
My inspiration for this book is to bring all those assets together to create an up-to-the-moment ‘current account’ – designed to invigorate and enthuse my readers into transforming all that Knowledge into a very welcome income source, which could transform their lives forever!”
About the Author
Chris Day is an author and business journalist, whose current editorial assignments include a monthly column in Making Money Magazine. Along with co-author Phil Chambers, he compiled and wrote the first Yearbook and the Arbiters Handbook for the Mind Sport of Competitive Memory and is also the General Secretary for the World Memory Sports Council, organisers of the World Memory Championships.
In 2000 he founded Filament Publishing Ltd to help aspiring authors to find an easier route to market their words, and to take advantage of the new opportunities that the digital age and social media have now made possible to repurpose words in a variety of ever-expanding new formats.
Available for Interview
Chris is also available to provide or contribute to any press or broadcast features you may be considering, on the subjects of finding new or additional career paths, or setting up in business for yourself. He would also be prepared to put together a regular slot in your publication or for your website, or provide expert advice on any associated matter.
For more information about Chris visit www.AskChrisDay.com
“Turning your Knowledge into Income” by Chris Day Published by Filament Publishing and distributed by Gardner’s. ISBN 978-1-905493-40-1 (RRP £10) is available from major bookshops throughout the UK and online retailers such as Amazon– or you can order direct at:-www.filamentpublishing.com
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The Biography Club A new online biography writing club. Our biography club is a newly-launched venture for book lovers and budding writers. We specialise in biographies. The website features new book releases, news reports from the world of biographies, interviews, a chat-room, online seminars, advice pieces from authors, and more. Email:[firstname.lastname@example.org] for further information. Posted by Jennie Jones
The Biography Club
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Are you interested in a Poetry Group that meets in Nottinghamshire? On my AA map Blidworth is underneath the word ‘Sherwood’, as in Sherwood Forest. This group would love to see some of you at their meetings.
Bards at Blidworth meets every third Saturday of the month at Blidworth Library.
Telephone: 01623 794068:
email: – email@example.com We meet from 10.00am. – 12.00pm.
We are a small, friendly group of poets (and sometimes listeners!). At meetings we have readarounds so that round the circle we can hear each other read one of their poems and invite feedback if they want it. Those that would like feedback are advised to bring copies of the poem they would like feedback on.
On alternate meetings we have workshops with the aim of producing a poem or draft of a poem at the time followed by a readaround. We look to having the occasional visiting speakers.
We have so far run one national poetry competition and will do so again.
We are starting to collect poems for a publication ‘Bards at Blidworth and Beyond.’
Sent by Chris http://www.christinemichael.org
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Suspense Magazine Suspence magazine is reaching out to all your members to offer them a very special offer. We are giving away 4 Free Electronic issues of our magazine, to increase readership and awareness, so readers and authors know they have an outlet to help feature their work. We are dedicated at helping authors with their work and bring the world of suspense/thriller together. All your members have to do is email me: – firstname.lastname@example.org and they will have the magazine sent to them ASAP.
Poetry over Coffee With Anita McNamee
www.anitamcnamee.com , is a site dedicated to all people who enjoy a creative kind of life. Anita McNamee began writing poetry as a teenager. Her poems have been published within several anthologies. In 2008 she produced her first collection of poetry entitled “Buffy & Beyond – the therapy years”.>
Her current book, “Honesty is the Best Policy” self-published in 2010 is now on sale – www.anitamcnamee.com
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Norfolk Poets and Writers
The 2nd is for Poetry Forms New for Old (including my new poetry forms), the 3rd will always include seasonal material (all year). There is also a free ezine eTIPS directly from me at: email@example.com And readers/writers may be interested in a new website for free uploads (and free downloads) of books – I have included some of my work, and: 20 Tips to Keep Editors Happy Revisited (WW) 20 Tips to Keep Poets Happy Revisited (WW) 20 tips to Keep Inspiration Alive (edited WW, author: Margaret Munro Gibson, poet, RIP) http://www.obooko.com
Norfolk Poets and Writers