Fleeting has appeared in The Guardian, The Bookseller and The Best British Short Stories 2013, and has a reputation for excellence and innovation in the short form online.
Fleeting regularly places the best student writing alongside established voices such as Toby Litt, Deborah Levy, John Banville, Roger McGough and Ian McMillan. Our creative interview series features writers such as Junot Diaz, Ali Smith, Edwidge Danticat, Evie Wyld, George Saunders, Adam Thirlwell and Stef Penney.
Students who would like their work to be part of the student showcase in the York Literature Festival. The deadline has now been moved to: Monday 10th March. So you have more time to submit your work!
Submissions should be either poetry or prose and should be an interpretation on a given theme. The theme is:
“We are born in one day. We die in one day. We can change in one day. And we can fall in love in one day. Anything can happen in just one day.” (Quote: Gayle Forman – Just One Day)
Students can submit up to 3 submissions. Poetry should be no longer than a page in length and prose should be between 1000-2000 words. Students should be prepared to read their own work at the showcase, but we can provide some people to read your work for you, if you so wish.
Submissions should be sent to email@example.com.
So get writing!
Thanks and good luck,
Literature Events Team
We are a group of second year Creative Writing students producing a collection of poetry and prose to be sold at the CREATE event in May. This is an annual publication, celebrating the work of all graduating Creative Writing students.
We are asking all third year and MA students for submissions to put into the anthology. Here is a link to the ‘Behind the Walls’ blog, so you can see last year’s anthology and find out more information about the event: http://blog.yorksj.ac.uk/creativewriting/anthology-2013/.
If you are interested in submitting your work, our suggested theme is York. However, York is a preference and not prescriptive. We want people to get creative, so we welcome all submissions. Submissions should be sent by 31st March to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to receive more information regarding the anthology, or have any questions, please contact the email above.
The Creative Writing Anthology Team.
We are a group of second year Creative Writing students producing a collection of poetry and prose to be sold at the CREATE event in May. This is an annual publication, celebrating the work of all graduating Creative Writing students. Therefore, we have opened up this exciting opportunity to art students. We are asking you to help us design the cover for the anthology publication.
Here is a link to the ‘Behind the Walls’ blog, so you can see last year’s anthology and find out more information about the event: http://blog.yorksj.ac.uk/creativewriting/anthology-2013/.
This is a fantastic way to expand your portfolio, add to your CV, and get experience being a published artist. The anthology will be printed professionally, and will be sold at a YSJ event.
We have given the writers a suggested theme of York, so please could you reflect this in your designs. We would like you to get creative, so your designs can be in any medium, such as paint or photography.
If you are interested in submitting work, please contact email@example.com. Please submit your work no later than 31 March.
If you would like to receive more information regarding the anthology, or have any questions, please contact the email address above.
The Creative Writing Anthology Team
BECOME PART OF AN EXCITING NEW SOCIETY!
The Society is run by a group of only 6 students who together present, record, edit and produce a 2 hour show ever week to go onto their own website http://radioysj.webeden.co.uk/. With between 10 and 50 listeners every week, this little society is one of the up and coming gem’s of YSJ.
BE A PART OF IT
Hep to produce a radio run by students, for students, playing music and chatting about things that are relevant to you such as helping fresher’s manage their first year and current events in York.
This little station is open to all students who want to be a part of it, whether it be behind the scenes working the microphone and doing the necessary editing, or whether it be chatting and playing music.
WHAT TO LOOK FORWARD TO
During next year, they hope to become more successful, with more members working on their team to produce to produce even more shows, cover live events in York and to possibly even cover gigs in and around as well.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Lamplands is about places on maps. The alley behind the house. Amber-lit night-time streets. Birmingham. That dell between this village and the next. The attic. Stone circles, duns, shell mounds. Places an OS map calls “rems of”. That bend in the river where you can find trout this big. The walk to school. The huge Sainsbury’s in Whitechapel. The Ross ice shelf. Arizona. Grosmont wood.
An exciting project inspired by the London Underground at The Casket
- Hop on and be published alongside new, established and award-winning writers in this exciting project
- Stories appear weekly online and in a forthcoming book
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- Your story accessible to readers wherever they go via our made-for-mobile website
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