Coverstory books' Line Breaks: 2 is live on our website today. Image reproduced with the kind permission of the artist, Helen Johnson - http://www.helenjohnsonartist.com
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Line Breaks: 2 – submission deadline today!
Coverstory books' open submission for Line Breaks: 2 closes today: Line Breaks: 2 - an on-line poetry anthology which should be published at http://www.line-breaks.com in April Information on all this opportunity can be found on Submittable - just search for 'coverstory' in the Discover section of their website.
New Contexts: 3 – submission deadline tomorrow!
New Contexts: 3 - a poetry / prose anthology which should be publishing in May (submission deadline 1st March). For information on previous anthologies see New Contexts: 1 and New Contexts: 2. Information on all this - and our other opportunities - can be found on Submittable - just search for 'coverstory' in the Discover [...]
Writers’ Retreat UK – Mentoring Feedback
Absolutely delighted to have received this feedback from mentoring at a Writers' Retreat last weekend: Ian joined us as our guest writer for our February retreat. It was clear that he had carefully thought out the creative exercises for the retreat and, although they were optional sessions for our writers, they were extremely popular. Ian [...]
Coverstory books currently has three open submission calls: New Contexts: 3 - a poetry / prose anthology which will be publishing hopefully in May (submission deadline 1st March)Line Breaks: 2 - an on-line poetry anthology which should be published at http://www.line-breaks.com in April (submission deadline 28th February)An open call for book-length fiction, either a novel [...]
Ripon Gazette – 27th January, 2022
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Recognition in the press!
An article that has appeared on-line today and will be in the print run of the newspaper on Thursday this week: Ripon author Ian Gouge has seen his publishing popularity grow over the last few years.
As a Writer…
As a Writer there's nothing quite like seeing your words coalesce, watching characters develop and take on a life of their own, or weaving meaning and narrative into a poem. As an Editor and publisher there's nothing like that frisson of excitement you get when someone submits a piece for a collection or asks you [...]
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