Sunday, 12 April 2015

Issue 5 murmurs and rumours

Whilst submissions are still open for Issue 5, our BritLit issue, we can confirm some of the headlining writers who will be appearing.

  • Ewan Morrison, Scottish author and screenwriter, has given us "Televisions in Heaven". It made us smile.
  • Mark Piggott, author and journalist, has given us "Waterlow Sunrise", an intriguing short.
  • Martin Knight, British author and co-founder of London Books, gives us "Wally", a typically British short.

As well as these respected writers, we also have confirmed shorts from Joe Hakim, Shaun Stafford and Terence Corless, as well as poetry from Jeremy Young and Thomas McColl, and a closing piece from singer/songwriter Mike Williams. We will also be continuing with Ray Hyland's "Fourtold".

But rest assured, there is still space for further work. Issue 5 will be our biggest yet (60 pages or more), so if you've written poetry or prose, or an article, feel free to send it in to us. Submissions officially close on 18 May.

Want a copy of our BritLit issue? Take a look at our subscriptions page and drop us a line.

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