Writing Magazine is the UK's biggest and bestselling magazine for ALL writers.

Each month in the magazine you'll find interviews with writers of all levels, from beginners to bestsellers, details of competitions to enter and publishers and editors looking for work, authors' experiences, inspiring ideas to try, and expert advice to help you put them into practice.

Browse through our website and you'll see we run nine creative writing courses and a critique service to help improve your writing. Read how-to guides, book reviews and find a writing group near you all just a button click away. 

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