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New Welsh Review 13h
This weekend why not polish your prose and submit to the ? We're seeking the best short form writing 5,000-30,000 words by 4 Feb across two categories: with a Welsh theme or setting & dystopian novellas co-judges the Rheidol Prize
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New Welsh Review 23h
* For dystopian novellas + writing with a Welsh theme/setting * 5,000 to 30,000 words * 1st prize: £1k + e-publication plus critique by * 2nd prize: £300 voucher * 3rd prize: 2 nights * Closing date: 4 Feb
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Waterstones Swansea Jan 15
Doors open in an hour. Beyond them, we have approximately 2,400,000,000 words for sale. Fortunately, some very talented and helpful authors have rearranged them for us, stuck them to bits of paper and glued them together. We're calling them 'organised word collections'.
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Pat Edwards Jan 17
Welshpool Poetry Festival - thanks for mentioning us. Good luck to all the others. It’s tough out there trying to get funding. Hugely indebted to Rotary Club of Oswestry. Details of our stunning line-up should go live by the end of Feb!!
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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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New Welsh Review Jan 16
I can send a sample copy to the editor if you'd like one, ?
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New Welsh Review Jan 16
Proofs of memoir by Catherine Haines are off press! DM if you'd like one!
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Uni of Wales Press Jan 16
''Wales and the Bomb' will prove of fascination for students of British nuclear history and for anyone interested in the cultural history of technology in Wales and Britain since the Second World War.’ -
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New Welsh Review Jan 16
are open for just 2 and half more weeks. Get submitting to be in with a chance of the top £1k Prize! We are seeking the best short form writing (5,000 - 30,000 words) across two categories: with a Welsh theme or setting & dystopian novellas
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New Welsh Review Jan 15
Here's writing for the New Welsh Review blog on how much she enjoyed hearing read Winter Weekend before Christmas...
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New Welsh Review Jan 15
Authors, this is your kindly lunch time reminder that the close for entry on 4 February We're seeking the best short form writing (5,000-30,000 words) across two categories: with a Welsh theme or setting and dystopian novellas. Get writing!
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BBC Writersroom Jan 14
The new Wales Writer in Residence opportunity from & offers 2 six-month placements and £12k bursary. Writers must submit a 30-50 page audio script. The winning script will be developed and broadcast or
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The Cardiff Review Jan 14
We're looking for interviewees for our New Welsh Writers interview series. If you're a debut author, we'd love to hear from you. If you aren't, we'd still love to hear from you.
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Wales PEN Cymru Jan 14
Wales PEN Cymru offers Welsh writers the opportunity to join an international organisation and belong to a world community fighting for free expression:
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K. S. Moore Jan 14
A special, put together by - so exciting! , get in there!
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New Welsh Review Jan 14
Need some ? Why not submit your work to the to be in with a chance of winning the top prize of £1k. We're seeking the best dystopian novellas and writing with a Welsh theme or setting btw 5-30,000 words. Deadline is 4 Feb
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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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New Welsh Review Jan 11
Have you sharpened your pencil? There are just three weeks left to enter the 2019 which seeks works of 5,000-30,000 words: a dystopian novella or writing with a welsh theme or setting. See for more details
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New Welsh Review Jan 10
This is your kindly reminder that the are open for entry until the 4 February. Writers, send us your best dystopian novellas OR writing with a Welsh theme or setting between 5-30,000 words to be in with chance of winning the top £1K prize
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New Welsh Review Jan 9
Kaja Brown found the perfect Queer winter author at Hay Festival Winter Weekend,
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