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  • News - Literature North West
    Michael Gove over his proposed reforms has already been viewed more than 260 000 times Green will be opening the market on the Saturday at 12pm with a 30 minute performance followed by back to back performances and readings throughout the weekend from some of the region s finest slam and spoken word poets short story writers and authors The line up includes Ben Mellor winner of the 2009 BBC Radio 4 National Poetry Slam Tony Walsh Glastonbury Poet in Residence 2011 and Lauren Bolger winner of The Roy Fisher Prize for poetry 2012 More acts are yet to be confirmed Now in its 6th year the Manchester Book Market plays host to the most innovative and prolific independent presses and artists in the North West Over the course of two days the public will have the chance to be introduced to and sample some of the work from a variety of independent publishers selling high quality fiction ranging from poetry novels short stories graphic novels and magazines not to mention the opportunity to hear from the writers themselves over in the performance area Stallholders this year include short story specialists Comma Press experimental poetry publisher FlapJack Press Peepal Tree

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/news/386 (2016-02-15)
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  • News - Literature North West
    Droving 2014 as well as working with the Director on other new projects and initiatives You will work closely with the Director and Finance Manager to manage the overall company business in the areas of project management fundraising budgeting and reporting We are seeking a candidate who has exceptional project and event management skills with a sound knowledge of the workings of a charitable arts organisation in the areas of

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/news/385 (2016-02-15)
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  • News - Literature North West
    of the UK s outstanding independent literary publishers seeks a literate enthusiastic highly motivated and well organized Sales Manager to join its small dedicated team This is a rare and exciting opportunity to contribute to the development of Carcanet and the journal PN Review in its busy Manchester city centre office The successful candidate will take overall responsibility for sales of books e books CDs and magazines working closely with the Managing Editor and the Marketing Manager The successful applicant s key qualities will be efficiency creativity spoken and written communication skills IT skills and an enthusiasm for and knowledge of literature poetry in particular The Sales Manager will be educated to degree level or equivalent S he will be able to work on her his own initiative and also as part of a small team At a time of flux in the traditional book trade with the growth of Amazon and the development of e books and digital publishing new challenges are faced every week and new sources of income for book and periodical publishing are developing The Sales Manager building on the work of outstanding predecessors is tasked with maintaining the traditional channels of distribution and developing new

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/news/384 (2016-02-15)
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  • News - Literature North West
    a chance to be published in the most prestigious literary journal in the UK which has been home to Sylvia Plath Ted Hughes Christopher Reid and many more along with winning a cash prize Opening date 1st May 2014 Deadline 30th June 2014 Prizes 1st Prize 200 and published in a future issue of The London Magazine 2nd Prize 150 and published on The London Magazine website 3rd Prize 100

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/news/383 (2016-02-15)
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  • News - Literature North West
    Crime Competition The innovative literary competition unearths and publishes exciting new crime writing from writers who live and work in the North of England After huge success with our first group of writers we re looking for our new recruits Last year Moth published the winning books from the inaugural 2012 Northern Crime competition Rebecca Muddiman s Stolen Helen Cadbury s To Catch a Rabbit Alfie Crow s Rant and Michael Donovan s Behind Closed Doors Written by debut authors the Moth books sold over 50 000 ebook and print copies in a year and garnered widespread critical praise from reviewers and readers Now Moth Publishing is looking for fresh new voices more great stories with strong characters and fiction that isn t afraid to push the boundaries of the genre This year for the first time we are also looking for short stories to publish in the Northern Crime Short Story Anthology The winning novels will be published in print and as ebooks in 2015 The winning writers will receive a standard publishing contract a 1 000 advance and support to editorially develop their work They will also enjoy a marketing and PR campaign to support the publication of

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/news/382 (2016-02-15)
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  • News - Literature North West
    imagination This is a great opportunity to immerse yourself and weave a tale to bring the image alive 2 Categories Junior s under 16 Adult over 16 Juniors Maximum 500 words Free Entry 1st Prize 50 2nd 30 3rd 20 vouchers Adults Maximum words 1 000 Entry Fee 15 1st Prize 300 2nd 150 3rd 100 Entry Guidelines The story must be based on the image provided Work submitted must

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/news/381 (2016-02-15)
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  • News - Literature North West
    Tristan Goligher producer of Haigh s widely acclaimed 2011 film Weekend The leading roles will be played by Cesar honorary award winner Charlotte Rampling and Oscar nominee Sir Thomas Courtenay Haigh and Goligher also have a stellar team of creatives behind them including Director of Photography Lol Crawley who most recently worked on Mandela Long Walk to Freedom Production Designer Sarah Finlay Weekend and Sound Designer Joakim Sundstrom Berberian Sound Studio The story on which the film will be based was published by Comma in Constantine s 2005 collection Under the Dam The project has the financial backing of the BFI Film Fund Film4 and Creative England and will be Haigh s second Comma Press adaptation following on from 2009 s Five Miles Out a short film based on Manchester based Sarah Tierney s short story featured in the Comma anthology Bracket Filming on 45 Years will begin in March 2014 and will be produced by Goligher s The Bureau Film Company David Constantine is a poet short story writer and translator who over the years has garnered a wealth of recognition for his work His short story collections include Under the Dam 2005 The Shieling 2010 the only non

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/news/380 (2016-02-15)
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  • News - Literature North West
    a new literary prize for an unpublished novella of between 20 000 and 40 000 words The winner will receive 1 000 prize money publication through Sandstone Press author consideration by Diana Beaumont of Rupert Heath Literary Agency The competition is open until 23rd May 2014 After a team of internal readers whittles down the submissions to a shortlist novelist and lead judge Jenn Ashworth will decide the winner revealed

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/news/379 (2016-02-15)
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