Up and coming writers are exciting but sometimes hard to discover if you’re not sure where to start. If you’re passionate about new British writing then Litro Magazine could be just what you’re looking for. The magazine publishes the best of emerging writers in monthly issues, always seeking to find new ways of looking at the world through stories.
Litro has traditionally focused on short fiction, but also publishes literary non-fiction and poetry. Interviews, columns, blogs, reviews and features on literature, arts and culture are also found in the magazine. If you fancy a break from staring at a screen, The Litro Lab is also on offer, containing podcasts from writers so that readers can tune in and listen to their favourites.
If this all sounds tempting, then you’ll be pleased to know that membership has never been more rewarding or easier to arrange. All-Access membership includes having Litro delivered to your door (that’s ten issues a year), alongside access to hundreds of wonderful short stories in the digital archive. If you want to meet fellow book lovers and keep up to date with up and coming British writers, you’ll also have access to the Litro book club. This sends you four books a year, gives you access to live author Q and As and the chance to have your book reviews published on the site. Of course, your membership will also directly contribute to helping Litro find emerging writers. You could even kickstart someone’s career.
Have a look at the website at http://www.litro.co.uk to find out more or subscribe. It could be the start of your own story!
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