Aerogramme Writers' Studio

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How to Research Literary Agents and Book Publishers

Many writers ask me whether they need a literary agent. My answer is that it truly depends on your unique circumstances – and the quality of the agent.

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How to Apply for the Amsterdam Writers' Residency

The Amsterdam Writers' Residency was founded in 2006 and offers writers from around the world the opportunity to live and work in the literary heart of the city for up to three months.

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Standing Out From the Crowd: Tips from a Literary Magazine Editor

How can a piece stand out among hundreds – or even thousands – of other stories?

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Hilary Mantel's Ten Rules for Writing Fiction

In 2010, inspired by Elmore Leonard’s Ten Rules of Writing, The Guardian asked some of the world’s most respected writers to share their best tips. Here’s how Hilary Mantel, the first British author to win…

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23 Tips from Famous Writers for New and Emerging Authors

23 inspiring tips from famous writers including Kurt Vonnegut, John Green, Anne Rice, Hilary Mantel, Neil Gaiman, Stephen King, Tina Fey & more.

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The Oxford American is Seeking Debut Fiction Submissions

The Oxford American is seeking fiction submissions from debut writers for its Fall 2020 issue.

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James Jones $10,000 Fellowship Contest for First-time Fiction Novelists is Open to Entries

The James Jones Fellowship Contest awards $10,000 to an American writer with a first fiction novel in progress in 2020.

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Update 2020 | Aerogramme Writers' Studio

After seven years, the Aerogramme Writers’ Studio website is taking a break and it not currently being updated. While we’re away, you may find the following posts helpful and interesting: A Guide to Story Story…

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Indiana Review is Accepting Submissions

Indiana Review is currently accepting unsolicited submissions. Indiana Review has been ranked as one of the Top 100 Literary Magazines in the United States.

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10½ Commandments of Writing

A guest post by Sean Williams Every author is asked by new writers for advice. There is, however, no all-encompassing, single answer that also happens to be correct. Quite a lot of commonly offered suggestions…