Cornish Short Stories: A Collection of Contemporary Cornish Writing. Work by established and emerging writers due for publication in May 2018.
Felicity Notley: Falmouth-based writer, creative writing teacher and alumna of UEA’s prestigious MA Creative Writing programme.
The History Press: the UK’s largest dedicated history publisher covering a range of topics and bringing exceptional people, places and events to life. They also have an expanding fiction list.
Cultured Llama Press: an independent publisher of short fiction, poetry and cultural non-fiction
Red Squirrel Press: an independent publisher based in Northumberland, formed in 2006 by Sheila Wakefield.
The Bristol Short Story Prize: an annual international writing competition open to all published and unpublished, UK and non-UK based writers
The Interpreter’s House: ‘One of the best little magazines around.’
takahe: New Zealand literary journal
Telltales: a bi-monthly night for readers, writers and listeners in Falmouth.
Audiotor: An immersive narrative walk across Bodmin Moor. Available on an app to people walking across the moor, GPS triggered by certain landmarks to deliver chapters of a specially written story which connects the listener with the landscape, its heritage and the people that have lived there.
The Society of Women Writers and Journalists: Founded in 1894, the UK’s longest established society for professional women writers.
The Katherine Mansfield Society: A charitable organisation set up to promote and encourage the worldwide appreciation and enjoyment of Katherine Mansfield’s writing.
The Society Of Authors: protecting the rights and furthering the interests of authors.
The New Zealand Society of Authors: supports and represents the interests of New Zealand writers and the communities they serve.
Ink, Sweat and Tears: a free online webzine. Curated by the poet and artist Helen Ivory, it features a daily poem or short story of less than 600 words
ShortStops: a website resource for everything to do with short stories.