Writing Magazine

Writing Magazine

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Monthly how to writing advice from professional writers.

From beginner to advanced, whether you write for pleasure or publication, and whatever your writing preferences, Writing Magazine – the UK’s biggest and bestselling magazine for writers – has something to help you.

Every month, our 112-page magazine helps you become a better writer and understand the publishing industry, incorporating 32 pages of Writers’ News, crammed with information about paying markets, opportunities to get into print and calls for submissions, cash prize competitions, events to attend, industry news...

Our unrivalled team of columnists – including novelists, poets, journalists and publishers – covers every genre, and big name authors share the secrets of the success and top tips for getting published in our interviews and profiles.

Regular features include:
Your writing critiqued
Story consultant David Baboulene on fiction fundamentals
Step-by-step advice on the latest techy tools for writers
Adrian Magson on writing for beginners
Non-fiction advice from Diana Cambridge and Liz Gregory
Research tips from historian Dr Tarja Moles
Stuart Palmer on SF and fantasy
Anita Rowe on writing for children
Opinions and advice from Grumpy Old Bookman Michael Allen, David St John Thomas, Jane Wenham-Jones and Michael Legat

Top writers, top information, top competitions...

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Annual subscriptions are also available within the application. A subscription will start from the latest issue.

Available subscriptions are:

12 months (12 issues)

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  • (54 stars)

    by Ed Stanton on 10/01/2015

    Either this magazine needs to be available through google play or this app needs a dedicated tablet version. Using the app on a Samsung Tab S and it constantly crashes when moving between it and other apps. The only way to get it working again is to re-install the app completely as a restart of the tablet doesn't seem to help. The negative aside, the magazine is fantastic and has some interesting

  • (54 stars)

    by Alisha Harbach on 02/01/2015

    Great app.

  • (54 stars)

    by Phil Taylor on 21/10/2014

    Gud

  • (54 stars)

    by Dipali Mishra on 30/05/2014

    Awesome App!

  • (54 stars)

    by Lydia Davidson on 08/05/2014

    If I have to scroll left to right to read then it's just an ordeal on my 4 inch screen. Allow zooming and fit to page and I will give a better rating.

  • (54 stars)

    by Zhika Teves on 22/01/2014

    Writer

  • (54 stars)

    by Mimi Wilson on 04/03/2013

    Dont care for it. Not free just the reader. Uninstalling. I dont mind paying but dont claim to be free

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