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As well as being the ‘Home of the Best in Caribbean and Black British writing,’ Peepal Tree Press is also home to Inscribe, the successful professional writer development programme run by co-directors Kadija George and Dorothea Smartt. With its roots in Peepal Tree’s practice of editorial development, Inscribe began as a project to develop specific writers of African and Asian descent in Yorkshire. We have now been given a remit from Arts Council England to take this model nationally. We will be working with eight partners across the country to deliver various elements of the Inscribe Model to each one. We look forward to collaborating with: ID on Tyne (Newcastle) Cultureword; (Manchester) The Drum, (Birmingham) Writing East Midlands, (Leicester) New Writing South (Brighton) City Chameleon – with associated Black writing groups e.g.
I love metaphors, and I find them useful in all facets of my life as a way to understand new concepts by comparing them to familiar concepts. Take my work history, for instance.
The UK’s most valuable prize for young poets, is once again open for entries, and this year students between 16-18 years of age are challenged to write a poem on the theme of ‘The Details’ Established in 2000, the Tower Prizes are recognised as among the most prestigious literary awards for this age group. The first prize is £3,000, with £1,000 and £500 going to the second and third prize-winners. In addition to individual prizes, the students’ schools and colleges also receive cash prizes.
11 November 2011 Derbyshire Poet Laureate Matt Black launched the Literature Festival 2012’s Nonsense Prose & Poetry Writing Competition on National Poetry Day at his launch event at Alfreton. Deadline: April Fools' Day 2012
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Neil Gaiman is one of the handful of writers who has made comics respectable over the past several decades.
Why should people read short fiction?
PLEASE NOTE: The deadline for entries to The London Library Student Prize 2013 has now passed. A big thank you to all those who entered the competition.
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1. The Devil’s Trident