The Writing Times is a fast-growing literary magazine dabbling in writing ponds all over the globe. We provide excellent services, such as workshops and courses, to literature lovers.

Our book reviews and author features bring you up to date with the best writers in town. You can keep track of literary events across the UK, as well as writers’ groups and international retreats.

All that’s left to say is dive in and see what you can find. We’ve also got books for sale in our shop and the authors would just love to pocket your pennies - it means they can afford to keep writing! - so maybe take a peek and see what takes your fancy.

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Online Shop

We Want Your Books Listed on Our Website

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Whether you're an established author or have recently released your first text into the wild, wild literary world, we want to add your book to our collection.

Writing Times currently sells tens of publications and we're looking to add more to our collection. Whatever you chosen genre, we'll list your title at the price you want and, for an extra charge, we can write a book review and will even throw in an author feature, that's an interview conducted and copied up by one of our resident writers, allowing your readers to get to know the mind behind the words.

Right now for authors not yet in our shop, we're offering a one-time charge of £5.00 for a single book listing, and £10.00 for three books. Fill in our online book submission form here.

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Book Club

Writing Times' Online Community for Avid Readers

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Our members choose a book to peruse each month, which is then pulled apart like a literary carcass on our dedicated Book Club Facebook page. This month's subject to scrutiny is H.G. Wells' The Time Machine.

If you would like to keep your book shelves stocked with the latest bestsellers and meet like-minded people, simply click here to sign up.


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Competition Time

Fortaine Black themed, enter to win £50 prizes

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There are regular competitions for adults and children offering tasty cash rewards and all the joy of having your winning piece on our site for the world to see. 

Until 30th June 2017, for grown-ups we're running both a poetry and a short story competition based on the theme of 'Fortaine Black'. And 5 to 12-year-olds, we are holding competitions on the them of 'Superheroes and Supervillains' .

Enter our current competitions now.

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Services

Copywriting, Translation, Proofreading and More

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If you’re a business, keen writer, student, or confused about the art of stringing together all those funny little lines, squiggles and dots, we offer writing services – copywriting, proofreading and translation – design and illustration packages, and plenty of resources provided by our trusted, expert, highly-qualified, specialist, masters-of-everything-word-related professionals. And if you’re applying for a job, Writing Times can help out with your CV and cover letter to give you the best shot at your employment goals.

Discover how we can help you.

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Course of the Week

'Adapting Work for the Stage and Screen'

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In a time where everything is one click away, it’s crucial to be able to adapt your work for different forms of media. With a little imagination, your story can be adapted to suit the stage, screen, radio, and print.

In Sam Priestley's 6 month, six point course you’ll learn how to deconstruct your story and use it in another medium, gain a better understanding of what works for film and what works for stage, as well as characters, formatting, and finding the right home for your adaptation.

Sign up or study our other courses.



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