The latest writing opportunities for June 2023. If you would like your submissions call listed on our website, please contact us here. Channel Deadline: 11th June. Channel, a Dublin-based journal of environmental writing, is set to begin publishing Irish-language work in its upcoming eighth issue, with a call for submissions opening from 29 May toContinue reading “Writing Opportunities June 2023”
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Writing Prompt: June 2023
Summer is calling and if that clear sky isn’t enough for inspiration, that’s where we step in. Prompt: This may be inspired by a certain film, but in this world nobody lies — except your protagonist. Everything that is said is believed to be true. Set 20 minutes on the clock, and get going. Don’tContinue reading “Writing Prompt: June 2023”
Announcing our Issue VIII Contributors!
All writers who submitted to Issue VIII have now been notified. Do get in touch if you still haven’t heard back! We won’t lie to ye, this decision was arduous. We were honestly astounded by the quality of your submissions and, if funding allowed, we would be publishing every single one of yis. Thank youContinue reading “Announcing our Issue VIII Contributors!”
Writing Opportunities May 2023
The latest writing opportunities for May 2023. It’s a quiet month this time, but let it be an opportunity to come up with new ideas and get writing! If you would like your submissions call listed on our website, please contact us here. Profiles Literary Journal Deadline: 5th May. Profiles is a new Irish journalContinue reading “Writing Opportunities May 2023”
Writing Prompt: May 2023
What better way to spend May Day than by sparking creativity? It’s a time for new beginnings, amirite? Prompt: What’s your favourite song? Can you hear it in your head? What kind of feelings does it evoke in you? What story is it trying to tell? Play it in the background on a loop —Continue reading “Writing Prompt: May 2023”
Writing Opportunities April 2023
What else is the long weekend for? Writing submissions open during April 2023! The Pig’s Back Deadline: 15th April. The Pig’s Back seeks submissions of previously unpublished fiction and non-fiction. They accept work from anywhere in the world but currently can only accept English language pieces. They do not accept poetry. All contributors will receiveContinue reading “Writing Opportunities April 2023”
Writing Prompt: April 2023
Spring has officially sprung! Let the fresh air motivate you, the glimmer of sun guide you to your desk, and the blossom of flowers force a pen into your hand. No excuses, it’s time to get creative! Prompt: You find strange, muddy footprints leading up to your front door. This can be mysterious, funny, evenContinue reading “Writing Prompt: April 2023”
Issue VII Now Available!
That’s right, it’s publication day for Issue VII: Identity featuring Sue Rainsford! Issue VII features short stories, creative nonfiction, poetry and flash fiction. These stories centre around the theme of identity and the idea of sonder – the realisation that passersby have a mind as complex as your own. Including contributions by:
Issue VII Launch Party!
Well, are yis ready? Come and celebrate our first issue since receiving Arts Council funding! Expect readings from our featured writer Sue Rainsford and our contributors, plus a bit of craic agus ceol. Join us at The Library Room in Lost Lane on Thursday 23rd March at 6pm. You can pick up a copy onContinue reading “Issue VII Launch Party!”
Pre-order Issue VII by March 23rd 2023 and be in with the chance to WIN a 6-month book subscription service from Marrowbone Books! Marrowbone Books’ book subscriptions offers a bit of that second-hand bookshop serendipity conveniently delivered to your door. Each month, subscribers are treated to a good second-hand paperback, hand-selected from their shelves. SelectionsContinue reading “Pre-order Giveaway!”