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Submissions Call: Here Comes Everyone
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Submissions deadline: 10th February 2020 Here Comes Everyone (HCE) is a Coventry-based, bi-annual (aiming to become quarterly again soon!) literary magazine of poetry, fiction, articles and artwork. We aim to...

Submissions Call: Paper Lanterns Journal
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Submissions deadline: 21st January 2020 Paper Lanterns is a YA journal for writers, artists, dreamers, and doers. This is a space for the underrepresented voices and a platform for publishing...

A Journey to Self-Publication by Eoghan Egan
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My earliest memory is sitting on my father’s knee listening to him read me bedtime stories. Dad was an avid reader, mostly crime fiction, true crime and westerns, but he...

Behind the Bestseller with Sam Blake: Podcast Launch!

What makes a book a success? What’s that magic ingredient writers need to bring to their manuscript to make it fly off the shelves? Ever since I started writing I’ve...

The Killer Pitch with Literary Agent Simon Trewin
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Writing is a lonely business and getting your book published can be as daunting a challenge as writing it. The publishing industry can feel complex and imprenetrable from the outside...

Submissions Call: Typishly Literary Magazine
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Submissions deadline: open Typishly is a popular online literary magazine publishing short fiction and poetry submitted by established and emerging writers. Typishly website receives several hundred thousand page views a...

Submissions Call: Avon Books
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Submissions deadline: open Set up in 2007, we are a division of HarperCollins and publish predominantly women’s fiction and crime. We celebrated our tenth birthday in 2017, the same year...

From Writers’ Group to Publication by Pat Mullan
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Naas Creative Writers’ Group was established in November 2013 as a self-support group for local writers in the Naas area following a creative writing course facilitated by local writer Niamh...

Plotting a Crime Novel in Public by Miranda Rijks

‘Do you think it would be better if we killed him via electrocution or stabbing? If it’s the former, it could seem like an accident and that would be great,’...

Submissions Call: Inkubator Books
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Submissions deadline: open Based in Dublin, Inkubator Books is a new digital publisher specialising in genre fiction – crime, mystery, suspense, women’s fiction. We launch our books exclusively on Amazon...