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Thursday, 26 April 2012

Archive's Writers' News Roundup

Glossy magazine, The Stylist has joined forces with Faber Publishing to find the hottest new talent in crime writing. The are looking for an unpublished crime novel with a female protagonist and the first prize is publication with an advance payment of £5,000. Bestselling author, Ruth Rendell is among the judges so you'll have to impress. Details HERE

Top SF publisher Angry Robot are having an Open Door reading period between 16-30 April. This means the company who only usually accept subs from agents will now look at work direct from the author. I'm a bit late reporting this news but details are HERE

Piatkus have launched a new eBook line for romantic fiction - Piatkus Entice are operating now and will transfer the most popular eBooks to print.

Classic Cars Magazine are actively looking for writers with a good knowledge of the classic car lifestyle. Find them HERE

Black Lyon Publishing are a new US based publisher who publish their books simultaneously as eBooks and mass market paperbacks. They specialise in romance fiction and you can find details Here Looking for the best in romance and literary love stories? At Black Lyon, we selectively publish novels by some of the most talented multi-published and new authors around. Check back each month for new titles - each available in trade paperback and ebook formats.

Australian SF magazine, Aurealis have stopped publishing in print and as of issue 45 will become a digital only magazine. The title also has a new submission manager in Crisetta Macleod - she says she is looking for twice as many stories as usual as the magazine plans to increase its output. Find details Here

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