She murdered my brain!
(Some thoughts on the editing process.)

A guest post by H. C. Gildfind When my collection of short stories was accepted for publication I was very excited—then very scared! What if I stuffed everything up? Enter Josephine Taylor: cool, calm, collected—editor extraordinaire! After…

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How to Write a Synopsis for your Novel

A guest post by Anna Davis, founder and director of the Curtis Brown Creative Writing School If you spend time online reading tips on how to write a synopsis for a novel, you’ll find masses…

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A Writer Walks into the Editing Room: What Happens When a Rejection Goes Wrong

A guest post by Yi Shun Lai   “Good luck writing children’s books: It’s all you’re good for.”* “Pretentious c@nt.” “F*ck you.” What is this? Has Aerogramme been hacked, or decided to turn abusive for…

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Residencies for Writers in 2019

Would you like a month in Berlin to expand your writing horizons? Or perhaps a working cattle ranch in rural Wyoming would provide you with the inspiration you need to start a new project? These…

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Environmental Storytelling Can Help Spread Big Ideas for Saving the Planet

  A guest post by Denise Baden Tackling climate change will require huge changes in society. Decarbonising energy, restoring habitat and making food supply sustainable are all critical, but methods for motivating these actions have…

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