For a limited period only (as they say; celebrated our 100th issue):
6 issues for the price of 4: £18 – reduced to just £3 each
And you can use the contact form
to request a complimentary copy of the Summer issue
Or, introductory offer to Orbis: 2 back issues for just £7,
(and that includes p+p: £1.60), down from £5 each -
because reading magazines helps judge the best match with your work
in order to maximize publication opportunities.
Orbis 168 now available; see www.orbisjournal.com
Information is posted virtually every day, regardless of the date counter says, unless
I actually thought there was time to go on holiday –
but just realised in time: extra £500 for the convenience of a package…
Runs all the way into 2015
£5 (Subs: £18/4 pa)
Sob Stories, or Happy Ever After?
Get a taste for all sorts with Liquorice Fish. Or, just Fish.
Aim for Oxford (MSt), or the Plough in Devon, Kent & Sussex, Enfield
and Torriano for poetry; poetry in motion inGuernsey
and a collection for The Poetry Business.
You could go back to John Dryden for translation, Keats and Shelley for poetry & prose,
look forward to the Book of Plans, Hope and Dreams or reach for the stars – theWriteStars
Mslexia diary? Make a date with Café Writers, and note some deadlines:
short stories for Henshaw, Southport, London and Labello(Ireland).
Carillon may ring a bell, and Magmamake you bubble over with inspiration
and poetry; add prose, and simply stick to the Bare necessities.
And what have we here:Rialto, Ruskin and Pre-Raphaelites, O’Dnoghue,
Orphic and Omnidawn, Basil Bunting, Joseph Brodsky and Bodley Head
INKTEARS SHORT STORY COMPETITION
UK + International online submissions only
May have been previously published
Any theme, 1000-3500 words
£1,000 first prize
£100: Runner-up: £100
£25 x 4 Highly Commended
All prizewinners: ‘story published to the InkTears Readership’;
Fee: £6 Length:1000-3000 words Over 18s