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The Writers' & Artists' Yearbooks 2016
The 2016 editions of the Yearbooks - the indispensable guides to all aspects of publishing and the media - are now available to buy.
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The Writers & Artists Short Story Competition 2016
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Author Katie Oliver discusses the enduring popularity of Jane Austen, and the one thing all classic novels have in common.
Writers & Artists and The National Academy of Writing have joined forces to present a ten-week course dedicated to helping you transform an early draft into a more complete, thoroughly-edited manuscript.
Katie Bond explains the importance of bringing books alive for children to encourage and inspire them as the next generation of writers.