9 December 2019

The Writer's Magazine at Christmas

J.S. is very pleased to have two Christmas poems in the December issue of The Writers' Magazine: Christmas Kaleidoscope (from J.S.'s poetry collection Years Ago You Coloured Me) and a brand new poem, Lights.

7 December 2019

Mslexia #84 - The Undertaker's Daughter

I'm delighted to have a poem (The Undertaker's Daughter) in issue 84 of Mslexia, as one of the runners up in the Mslexia/PBS Poetry Competition 2019. The magazine is out later this month.


20 November 2019

Things I Wish I'd Known: Writing is Not As Sedentary An Activity As You Might Think

J.S. has embarked on a series of, roughly monthly, guest blog posts called "Things I Wish I'd Known". Post number four, "Writing is Not As Sedentary An Activity As You Might Think", is now available to read on the Meier Writers site. You can read it for free by clicking here

Check back here, or direct on the Meier Writers blog, about this time next month (or maybe a wee bit earlier) for the next post in the series - it will have a festive feel to it.

10 November 2019

Masks

J.S.Watts has a piece of Sci Fi flash fiction in issue 17 of the Writer's Cafe Magazine, Masks. You can read The Story Teller for free online by clicking here, but you will need to scroll down quite a way to find out whether the tales the story teller tells are real or not.

31 October 2019

Nevermore - Earth to Earth

Just in time for Halloween, Nightingale and Sparrow have brought out their fourth issue, Nevermore. It includes a new, dark, gothic tale by J.S.Watts - Earth to Earth.

"At the end, we all return peacefully to the elements that gave birth to us—unless the element that took us claims us first and for itself alone..."

You can buy the print edition of the magazine, read the online edition or browse the website listing by clicking here