Literary Largesse – 3 fabulous opportunities

Opportunities for young writers, publishers and graduates in the UK – scooped from the web and scattered here

Ink Sweat and Tears is a gorgeous little webzine open to submissions. Poetry, prose, reviews and other things in between. Read their submission guidelines carefully, though – they’re there for a reason (and it’s good practice to do so!). Tweet them @InkSweatTears

Hot new theatre company Oryx are looking for scripts from new writers. Get a script to them by Monday 22nd October – more details here. Tweet them @WeAreOryx

Earlier this afternoon Atwood Tate Tweeted: Any graduates interested in interactive media design? Skilled in Adobe InDesign and Digital Publishing Suite? E: on it, my lovely young grads! Tweet them @AtwoodTate


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