Mslexia

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Are you ready to lift your writing to the next level? Here are six ways Mslexia magazine can take you where you want to go:

1  Open submission slots


Appearing in Mslexia is one of the best ways to get onto the publishing ladder. There are 14 ways for subscribers to submit writing, and we pay for everything we publish.
 

2  Opportunity knocks

Every issue includes 55 writing competitions and 70 magazines and publishers on the lookout for fresh voices. You’ll find a home for your work in no time.

3  Amazing writing

The best new voices in fiction, poetry and non-fiction appear in Mslexia – which means literary agents and editors trawl the pages looking for bright new talent to sign. Could you be next?

4  Banishing creative blocks


Lack of time and confidence are issues for many women writers. Mslexia looks at ways of outwitting the practical and psychological gremlins that undermine your muse.

5  Industry insights

Can creativity be taught? Are there too many literary prizes? Can fiction change the world? Issues that matter explored by people who know what they're talking about.


6  The Mslexia tribe


A subscription is your passport to a dynamic tribe of women attending groups, hosting salons, writing blogs, publishing anthologies, posting reviews… we know you’ll fit right in.

Dernier numéro

Mslexia magazine is full of creative inspiration, practical advice and original poetry, fiction and memoir – as well as writing competitions, submission opportunities, online workshops, courses and events.

In Issue 92, Debbie Taylor looks at what happens when writers submit their writing to agents, publishers and competitions – and at what can be done to make the process less harrowing.

Award-winning poet Hannah Lowe launches her new series and explains how, in the process of editing, ‘a poem about roses can end up being about betrayal’.

Incorrigible MP Diane Abbott talks about the books she loves, those she couldn’t get on with – and the joys of an M&S nightdress.

Debbie Taylor talks to the workaholic crime writer Joy Ellis about being discovered, dropped, rediscovered, dropped again, then rediscovered as a bestselling author

Children’s novelist Rachel Faturoti explains why writers need to address challenging themes in children’s fiction

PLUS: Award-winning stories and flashes, trends in historical romance, how to make a living as a poet, writing comic diaries

Sujets: Culture, Literature, Poetry

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Are you ready to lift your writing to the next level? Here are six ways Mslexia magazine can take you where you want to go:

1  Open submission slots


Appearing in Mslexia is one of the best ways to get onto the publishing ladder. There are 14 ways for subscribers to submit writing, and we pay for everything we publish.
 

2  Opportunity knocks

Every issue includes 55 writing competitions and 70 magazines and publishers on the lookout for fresh voices. You’ll find a home for your work in no time.

3  Amazing writing

The best new voices in fiction, poetry and non-fiction appear in Mslexia – which means literary agents and editors trawl the pages looking for bright new talent to sign. Could you be next?

4  Banishing creative blocks


Lack of time and confidence are issues for many women writers. Mslexia looks at ways of outwitting the practical and psychological gremlins that undermine your muse.

5  Industry insights

Can creativity be taught? Are there too many literary prizes? Can fiction change the world? Issues that matter explored by people who know what they're talking about.


6  The Mslexia tribe


A subscription is your passport to a dynamic tribe of women attending groups, hosting salons, writing blogs, publishing anthologies, posting reviews… we know you’ll fit right in.

  • Premier numéro: Issue 35
  • Dernier numéro: Issue 92
  • Nombre de numéros: 58
  • Publié: Trimestriellement
  • ISSN: 2059-5514