Publishing news

In January when I was riding the wave of new year enthusiasm and motivation I made quite a few submissions in quick succession. Sadly that pace has slowed but I’m delighted that two of these flash fiction pieces have been published very recently.

 

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Issue 21 Open Pen short fiction magazine

Session 3 Homework appears in issue 21 of the brilliant short fiction magazine Open Pen, of which I’ve been a subscriber for the past year or so. (I do so love a magazine you can hold in your hands). The mag is available in a selection of indy bookshops in London. Or if you’re oop North like me you can become a subscriber for just a tenner a year or order a one off copy.

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Issue 9 Riggwelter Press

You’re the first person to ask me how I got here features in issue 9 of the brilliant (and Saboteur Award nominated) Riggwelter Press alongside amazing poetry, prose and experimental media. Just waiting for a moment to sit down and read the issue cover to cover!

Thank you so much to editors Sean and Amy who put so much work into these publications. It’s a joy to be part of them.

I’m aiming for 100 submissions this year. Currently at 23…

Published by janellehardacre

Janelle has been making up stories all her life, but only started writing them down last year. Janelle is 27, lives in Manchester and writes short fiction when she’s not working in communications or singing in a covers band. She will be published in a Comma Press anthology in early 2017 showcasing new writers from Comma’s Manchester Short Story Writing Course. You can find her tweeting at @JHardacre1

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