Issue 58

Jun/Jul/Aug 2013

£3.50 plus p&p if applicable

Agenda: Has feisty gone out of fashion? Amanda Craig asks if feminism has lost its cutting edge. Plus: Analyse this • How to stand out from the crowd • Too close for comfort?
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In Issue 58…


Guest editor
Louise Chunn

Deborah Levy • Janice Galloway • Amanda Craig • Elizabeth Fremantle • Amelia Bullmore


Has feisty gone out of fashion? Amanda Craig asks whether feminist fiction has lost its cutting edge – and if so, whether it matters

Deborah Levy talks to Louise Chunn

Analyse this: Talitha Stevenson looks at the relationship between psychotherapy and creative writing
How to stand out from the crowd: Your book’s out but will it ever be reviewed? Viv Groskop on how to get noticed
Too close for comfort? Susie Steiner on how to write about your nearest and dearest without trouble and strife


New writing
Women’s Short Story Competition 2013: winning stories selected by Janice Galloway

Making a poem
Kim Moore talks to Fiona Sampson

What went horribly wrong
for Elizabeth Fremantle

Bedside table
What Amelia Bullmore likes to read


Writing life
Big Question, Synopsis Surgery, Scamwatch, How I Keep Going, Make a difference, Make a splash

Memoir: the basics with Sally Cline
Fiction masterclass, E-booking, Pen portrait, The creative mix, Making a poem

Books to look out for, Book group, What’s new, How to write a bestseller, Independent press profile

Everything a writer needs to know: competitions, calls for submissions, grants, courses, events, contacts, venues


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