Submission Call for the Next Issue of the Writers and Readers’ Magazine

As we leave the holiday celebrations behind us it is time to think ahead to the next issue of the Writers and Readers’ Magazine.

Deadline is 21st January and publication is 7th February.

We are particularly interested in our new features which are Book Reviews and Author Interviews, forms available from the website. We are also keen to hear from anyone who supports a charity through their writing for our feature article.

Are you launching a book this Spring? have you thought about promoting it through our pages, for just £25 you get a full-page advert in the next issue and an entry in the library with Amazon purchase links on the website which remain until you ask us to remove it.

Articles on writing, travel tales and stories, health and wellness, poetry, and short stories are also welcome.

We do not send out rejection letters, but hold any submissions over for future issues, if you wish to withdraw any submitted work please contact editor@thewritersandreadersmagazine.com

All contributors will be notified if they are selected after the deadline date and a code will be issued for use to read the magazine for free for as long as you want on the website. Print and Kindle copies are available from Amazon, further print copies and subscriptions are available from Magazine Heaven.

By forwarding your submission you agree if accepted to your contributions being published online, on Kindle, and in printed form published by The Writers Publishing Company (UK) (The Writers and Readers’ Magazine). We do not claim copyright this remains with the author.

Please read and follow the guidelines before sending your full submission.

NB: Whilst we welcome submissions there is no guarantee of publication.

The Writers and Readers’ Magazine

submissions@thewritersandreadersmagazine.com

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