Friday, 5 April 2013

The New Writer Relaunched

I received an email the other day informing me that The New Writer magazine is being relaunched soon. You can have a sneak preview of the 12 sample pages from the relaunch issue here.

In addition to interesting articles, they normally run annual writing competitions. Two special introductory offers are available for UK writers at the moment:
  • half price introductory copy
  • reduced price one year subscription
You can order either or both on The New Writer website. I've ordered my half price copy as I'm always interested in writing magazines, even though I subscribe to most of them and get way behind with the reading!

Rosemary

10 comments:

Wendy's Writing said...

Thank you rosemary. Like you, I find it hard to keep up with the other writing magazines but this looks to be a bit different I I think I'll take a look at one first before subscribing.

Gail Crane said...

I've never tried this one, Rosemary. How does it compare to Writing Magazine? I sometimes think it would be good to try a different one.

Joanna said...

Thank you, Rosemary. I like The New Writer very much. It's well worth a read. I'm glad you've reminded me about this one.x

Rosemary Gemmell said...

It's a good idea to check it out first, Wendy!

Hi Gail - I've always liked WM and I also really like Writers' Forum. I've only seen the odd copy of TNW and I suspect it will now be slightly different, so I want to try their first new issue.

Thanks for endorsing it, Joanna - good to know that you like TNW!

Talli Roland said...

Thanks for the heads-up, Rosemary!

Joan Fleming said...

Thank you, Rosemary. Worth a look at the first issue at least - then we can make a decision on a subscription.

joanne fox said...

Thanks, I will check it out! x

Rosemary Gemmell said...

You're welcome, Talli!

Good idea, Joan.

Worth looking at, Joanne!

Suzanne Ross Jones said...

Thanks for this Rosemary. I've never actually seen The New Writer - sounds like an interesting read.

xx

Rosemary Gemmell said...

You're welcome, Suzanne!