Calling all women who write: competition and submission deadlines for Mslexia

Follow the  Mslexia links to discover 17 different different ways to submit to Mslexia magazine and see your words in print! What is Mslexia?

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Mslexia is a quality print and digital magazine plus a regular email supplement. Here’s a wee taste of what you’ll get when you subscribe:

insider info on what literary agents and editors are looking for and what’s hot in every publishing genre

12 pages of writing opportunities, courses and events, including around 60 writing competitions and grants and 50 publishers and magazines looking for new material

inspirational writing exercises and masterclasses, plus advice on getting published

interviews with top authors about their writing methods

plus our FREE little ms email supplement, full of creativity prompts, writing jobs, competitions, submission slots, offers and fun stuff

All of this, plus (count them!) 17 different open submission slots. You name it – poetry, fiction, script, journalism, memoir – there’s a place for your writing in Mslexia.

‘an essential part of the writer’s toolkit wherever you are in your career’ Val McDermid

‘the place for poets to see and be seen’ Carol Ann Duffy

‘I look forward to every issue’ Hilary Mantel

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4 Responses to Calling all women who write: competition and submission deadlines for Mslexia

  1. Ruth Hunt says:

    I find this a great magazine, stuffed full of helpful articles, as well as chances to contribute and enter competitions. Well worth highlighting, especially in the year of Read women! :-)

  2. Katie says:

    Hi Marianne.

    Hope you’re well. – Great blog post… :)
    I like Mslexia magazine. It’s a real interesting read. And its full of helpful articles too.

    Take care
    Katie.

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