17th Nov 7:30pm-8:45pm British Time via Zoom
£5.25 / sponsored spaces available
Ask magazine and press editors questions you want answering!
We're here to demystify the process of being published.
Join us for an editor Q&A, with all the questions provided by you - the audience! When you sign up, you can submit your questions and we'll do our best to answer all of them in the session. You can ask us anything you like about publishing - submission guidelines, ways to improve your approach, what we look for in submissions, our writing processes, what it's like to run a small press/mag, and whatever other burning questions you may have!
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The panel includes:
Nikki Dudley (host)
Nikki is managing editor of streetcake magazine and also runs the streetcake writing prize and MumWrite. She has a chapbook and collection with KFS, with another forthcoming soon. She is the winner of the Virginia Prize 2020 and her second novel will be published in 2021. Her website is: nikkidudleywriter.com or you can find her on twitter: @nikkidudley20
Ollie Charles is a writer who explores gender, identity, sexuality, celebrity and pop culture within his work. He is a placed writer in the 2020 streetcake experimental writing prize, features in Inkandescent's upcoming short story collection, MAINSTREAM and was published recently by Lucky Pierre Zine.
Ollie is also co-founder of Untitled, a literary salon for underrepresented writers as well as co-editor of Untitled: Voices, a global online journal, launched during 2020’s lockdown.
Isabelle Kenyon is a northern poet and the author of poetry chapbooks: This is not a Spectacle, Digging Holes To Another Continent (Clare Songbirds Publishing House, New York, 2018), Potential (Ghost City Press, 2019), Growing Pains (Indigo Dreams Publishing Ltd, 2020) and one short story collection with Wild Pressed Books (Short Story 'The Town Talks', 2020). She is the editor of Fly on the Wall Press, a socially conscious small press for chapbooks and anthologies.
She was listed in the Streetcake Experimental Writing Prize 2020; 2019 and for The Word, Lichfield Cathedral Competition 2019. Her poems have been published in poetry anthologies by Indigo Dreams Publishing, Verve Poetry Press, and Hedgehog Poetry Press. She has had poems and articles published internationally in journals such as Ink, Sweat and Tears and newspapers such as The Somerville Times. She has performed at Leeds International Festival as part of the 2019 'Sex Tapes', Verbose Manchester 2020 and for Apples and Snakes' 'Deranged Poetesses' 2019.
Astra Papachristodoulou is a poet, artist and curator with focus in the experimental tradition. She is the author of several poetry pamphlets including Stargazing (Guillemot Press) and Blockplay (Hesterglock Press) and her work has been published at various magazines including Ambit Magazine, The Tangerine and Eborakon Journal. Astra has curated several visual poetry exhibitions across the UK as part of Poem Atlas and her work has been showcased at the National Poetry Library and the Poetry Society’s Café. She is currently working towards a PhD in Neo-futurist Poetics at the University of Surrey.
All fees go back to the panel to compensate them for their time. Thank you!