The Paris Writers Workshop takes place in the heart of
Montparnasse, the city’s traditional artistic and bohemian
Pen & Inc Press was a small independent publisher based
at the University of East Anglia. It produced ‘Pretext’,
‘Reactions’ and the MA creative writing students’ anthology.
PoetCasting is a poetry podcasting project which works with
poets throughout the UK. The project features published poets,
new poets, established poets and everything in between reading
their own work.
The Poetry Library houses the most comprehensive poetry collection
in Britain. Based in the Royal Festival Hall.
A small organisation dedicated to translating
contemporary poetry from Africa, Asia and Latin America.
The Royal Festival Hall is a leading London arts venue.
Sable LitMag is an international publication.
The Society of Authors is a non-profit making organisation, founded
to protect the rights and further the interests of authors.
Spread the Word works with London writers at every stage of their
development to enable them to achieve their full potential. We
provide showcase events, professional career advice, workshops ,
and work in schools.
Templar Poetry is a new independent poetry press based in
Derbyshire. It is committed to publishing the best new
poetry, its pamphlets and books being professionally
produced and reasonably priced and available nationally.
A new and exciting initiative which provides a platform to Asian
writers. It aims to inspire the next generation of British Asian
writers and raise the profile of talented emerging writers
Incwriters is a site with articles, interviews, criticism,
promotions, bookshop, events, news.
The Literary Consultancy gives first-class, market-informed
editorial advice and manuscript assessment to writers at any
level writing in English.
The Manchester Review takes its cue from their proactive promotion
of new writing, but uses online media to show and sponsor the
interplay of poetry, fiction, music, visual art and essays by new
and established practitioners.
The Poetry Business publishes books, pamphlets and audio under
the Smith/Doorstop imprint, and publishes literary magazine The
North. It also runs Writing Days, the Writing School and the
original Book & Pamphlet Competition
The Poetry Trust is a registered charityand its core activity is
the annual Aldeburgh Poetry Festival. The Trust also delivers a
year-round programme of events, publications and creative education
The Reader is a quarterly magazine based at the University of
Liverpool's School of English. It publishes reviews,
essays, interviews and high quality new poetry and fiction.
It also runs community projects and programmes for schools.
The Word Pool is a site about children’s books for
parents, teachers and writers.
Practice is a new literary consultancy based in Norwich and
London, offering detailed manuscript assessment of novels,
children’s books and radio plays. With experienced tutors, the
consultancy aims to give clear, market-based advice for your next
The Writers' Workshop is an editorial and advisory service for
first-time writers. It is staffed exclusively by professional
novelists and other published authors, with specialist editors
for children's fiction, fantasy/sci-fi, screenwriting and more.
A programme for emerging young writers in Yorkshire and the
Humber.The Writing Squad is an independent organisation hosted by
Sheffield Hallam University
A useful tool for anyone embarking on running a creative writing
workshop which advises writers on how to get the most out of their
workshops, and provides exercises for writers who can’t enroll in
The online writing group for new writers of colour.
UEA has a renowned School of Literature & Creative Writing. The
university is a key stakeholder in The New Writing Partnership.
Over the last twenty years, the journal Wasafiri has
brought together international contemporary writing in English as
well as art and film. Its main focus has been the representation
and experience of Britain's diverse cultural heritage.
Write Away is an online community where writers help one another
succeed. Advice is provided by people who have 'been there
and done it'. WriteAway represents a fund of expertise in writing
WriteWords is the writers' site offering support, advice,
interviews and articles, as well as info on jobs, opportunities,
competitions and news.
Writer’s Market UK
(David & Charles) is the single most comprehensive guide to
writing and getting published today. Writer's Market UK offers a
book and a dedicated website full of fresh, up-to-date
Writernet provides dramatic writers with the tools they need
to build better careers and redefine the culture in which they
Writers' Nexus offers writers the chance to connect with its
list of 3000 agents and publishers.
Writing Raw is a literary sharing website where writers can upload,
view and share their writing.