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Mandy Sutter
Writer. Winner of 2016 New Welsh Writing Awards. Hypochondriac. Gardener. Failed dieter. Ping pong player.
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New Welsh Review Jan 17
Here's what 2015 -winning author had to say about coming first with Woman Who Brings the Rain, which was shortlisted You have until 4 Feb to submit your best dystopian novellas/writing with a Welsh theme or setting
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Mandy Sutter Jan 15
Thanks! 😍
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New Welsh Review Jan 12
Summer 2019 issue of the New Welsh Reader will be a special, curated by We positively encourage poets from all backgrounds to submit work. Submissions close on 3 February
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Emily Devane Jan 10
I was fortunate enough to receive a manuscript read and this, combined with the bursary, mentoring and agent sessions helped to get my short story collection ready for submission.
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Emily Devane Jan 10
Congratulations, shortlisters! (and longlisters, too - your stories were there for a reason and losing them was painful). Good luck with the next bit 🍀.
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New Welsh Review Jan 9
Have you made a new year's resolution to ? Why not submit your work to the . We're seeking dystopian novellas OR writing with a Welsh theme/setting between 5,000-30,000 words Enter by 4 February * £10 to enter * bursaries available
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New Welsh Review Jan 8
Calling all authors! 4 February deadline is creeping ever closer. Have you submitted your dystopian novella OR writing with a Welsh theme or setting yet? Works to be 5,000-30,000 words. More info: Entry £10 * bursaries available
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New Welsh Review Jan 4
Just one month left to enter the 2019 with a top prize of £1k against e-publication and critique by Cathryn Summerhayes, literary agent at Previous winners include Get !
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The Grove Bookshop Dec 29
📚 Just a reminder for everyone. We are closing at 4.30pm tomorrow. Closed on New Year's Day, then back open again on January 2nd. 🍾 Have a ;lovely New Year's Eve 🍾
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Mandy Sutter Dec 25
Replying to @CathBarton1
And to you Cath!
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Mandy Sutter Dec 20
Wish I could’ve been there!
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Emily Devane Dec 16
Exciting news :)!
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New Welsh Review Dec 12
Our co-judges for the New Welsh Writing Awards: Rheidol Prize for Writing with a Welsh Theme or Setting are NWR editor Gwen Davies & We seek works of 5,000 - 30,00 words. Entry is open until 4 Feb & top prize is £1K
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New Welsh Review Dec 12
Lovely review of Bush Meat by written by Sue Bonnett in Urthona Journal of Buddhism & The Arts. You can buy Bush Meat via here
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Ben Roberts Dec 10
I’m just finishing preparations for my talk at tomorrow on the history of Christmas traditions in Darlington and the local area. Looking forward to seeing everyone there! 🎄
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Ilkley Lit Fest Dec 7
After 16 years and 1000's of events, here's Rachel at her final ILF event, with the fabulous Dan Snow!
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Sunada Takagi Dec 6
When we feel oppressed by workplace tyrants, we struggle, and we try to comfort ourselves that we are not to blame. Yet, the more we ponder the tyrant the more disturbing she seems to become. ~Michael Carroll, from Awake at Work
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Emily Devane Dec 5
Look what the cat dragged in... The new anthology! My story 'The Impermanence of Ink' is in great company. Can't wait to dive in to my copy (if I can get past the cat):
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Mandy Sutter Dec 5
Replying to @DevaneEmily @JYSaville
Amazing!
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