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We invite you to submit work for our new anthology (2017) Continue reading New Deadline For Anthology
New London Writers is proud to announce that one of our writers, Jan Moran Neil has won Bloomsbury Publishing’s Writers & Artists’ International Sonnet Competition in association with the Royal Society of Literature and judged by Ruth Padel. Jan’s sonnet ‘Silver Surfing’ will be published in the RSL’s December Review. Here is the link: https://www.writersandartists.co.uk/2016/06/on-having-to-choose-only-three-out-of-a-whole-rainbow-of-wonderful-sonnets. Well done Jan! Continue reading Winner Of Prestigious Bloomsbury Publishing Award
Words for the Wounded is a charity that works on two levels. It was set up by Margaret Graham, bestselling author with Random House, (www.margaret-graham.com) and two other writers Penny Deacon and Jan Speedie. We provide opportunities for aspiring writers and with 100% of the money raised (we absorb all costs) we help in the recovery of wounded service personnel. This year we are running … Continue reading Words For The Wounded
New Literary Agent, Kizzy Thomson, has this month launched her online literary agency and is accepting submissions online. http://www.LikeMyNovel.com is an online literary agency and promotional platform for authors. You can sign up for free and submit your synopsis and opening chapters online, or by email for those who prefer anonymity. The online submission process doubles up as an author promotional tool allowing members to … Continue reading New Online Literary Agency Open to Submissions!
Wandsworth Heritage Service will hold a free historical fiction writing workshop on 16th November from 6-9pm. The event will take place at the Service (above Battersea Library) and forms part of the national Explore Your Archive programme of events. The workshop will be hosted by historical fiction author Sophia Tobin, author of Sunday Times bestseller The Silversmith’s Wife and The Widow’s Confession, published in January … Continue reading Free Workshop with Sophia Tobin
New London Writers contributor, Jan Moran Neil has had some good news. Jan’s sonnet ‘Birds in the Hand’ was commended in Oxford University’s St Cross International Poetry Competition which was judged by Mimi Khalvati. It will be published in the St Cross 50th Anniversary Pamphlet. Well done Jan! http://www.janmoranneil.co.uk Continue reading Newsflash
JEFFREY SIMMONS has been involved with books for an astonishing 68 years as publisher, (W H Allen/Random House) literary agent and author. When he first got into publishing, books were by and large the work of professional writers and publishing was mostly concerned with Literature. He has watched as it has become part of the entertainment industry, thanks largely to the advent of television. It … Continue reading Meet Jeffrey Simmons
Opportunity for new writers! Entries close on 31st January! A publishing concept and imprint with a difference We believe it is the reader who should decide what books get published. So, put simply; if you can create a buzz and demonstrate demand for your book by securing a minimum number of pre-publication orders within an agreed timeframe, we will give you an industry beating publishing … Continue reading Britain’s Next Bestseller Competition!
The response to our request for readers has been overwhelming! Rest assured people we will get back to every single one of you. Responses are being collated now. Thanks for your interest in New London Writers. Continue reading Wow!