Posts Tagged: fiction

Catching up with the edboard: Graham Mort

Titles in the Creative Writing Studies series benefit from the advice of our editorial board. Catching up with the edboard is a brief series of posts where members of the editorial board tell us about their recent work. Niyousha writes:

Catching up with the edboard: Graham Mort

Titles in the Creative Writing Studies series benefit from the advice of our editorial board. Catching up with the edboard is a brief series of posts where members of the editorial board tell us about their recent work. Niyousha writes:

Fiction series published on Kindle: the Outcasts

Anthony Haynes writes: Our main engagement with creative writing is to publish books about creative writing, rather than creative writing itself (to the extent that one can make such a distinction). We have, however, made one exception: we publish a

Fiction series published on Kindle: the Outcasts

Anthony Haynes writes: Our main engagement with creative writing is to publish books about creative writing, rather than creative writing itself (to the extent that one can make such a distinction). We have, however, made one exception: we publish a

“Captivating and suspenseful”: Fall of Dice

Anthony Haynes writes: We were recently in touch with author Tony Corbin via our publishing blog, Monographer. As a result we invited Tony to provide details of his forthcoming book launch, as follows: Basingstoke author Tony Corbin will be launching

“Captivating and suspenseful”: Fall of Dice

Anthony Haynes writes: We were recently in touch with author Tony Corbin via our publishing blog, Monographer. As a result we invited Tony to provide details of his forthcoming book launch, as follows: Basingstoke author Tony Corbin will be launching

Lorna Fergusson: Reviving a French affair

Anthony Haynes writes: We like to use this space on our website in part to showcase the creative work of those writers we work with — our authors, contributors, editors, editorial board members, reviewers, and associates. Later this summer we’re

Lorna Fergusson: Reviving a French affair

Anthony Haynes writes: We like to use this space on our website in part to showcase the creative work of those writers we work with — our authors, contributors, editors, editorial board members, reviewers, and associates. Later this summer we’re

Creative Writing: library recommendation

Anthony Haynes writes: We’re delighted to confirm the publication of Creative Writing: Writers on Writing, edited by Amal Chatterjee. For full details of the publication, please visit the book page here. We hope that you’ll wish to recommend Creative Writing to your library for

Creative Writing: library recommendation

Anthony Haynes writes: We’re delighted to confirm the publication of Creative Writing: Writers on Writing, edited by Amal Chatterjee. For full details of the publication, please visit the book page here. We hope that you’ll wish to recommend Creative Writing to your library for

Resource on plots in fiction

Sally O’Reilly has begun a series of eight blog posts on the business of plotting. The first post (‘To plot – or not?’) was published today on Sally’s blog, How to be a writer. The subsequent seven will develop Christopher

Resource on plots in fiction

Sally O’Reilly has begun a series of eight blog posts on the business of plotting. The first post (‘To plot – or not?’) was published today on Sally’s blog, How to be a writer. The subsequent seven will develop Christopher

Creative Writing: Writers on Writing – forthcoming anthology

We’re very pleased to announce that we now have the complete typescript of our Fall 2012 publication, Creative Writing: Writers on Writing. The book, edited by Amal Chatterjee, presents an anthology of original literary works. Each work is accompanied by

Creative Writing: Writers on Writing – forthcoming anthology

We’re very pleased to announce that we now have the complete typescript of our Fall 2012 publication, Creative Writing: Writers on Writing. The book, edited by Amal Chatterjee, presents an anthology of original literary works. Each work is accompanied by