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Jojo Moyes' writing advice, editing tips and more, from Writing Magazine

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April star interview author Jojo Moyes reveals more about her writing life and inspiration here

Read the judges' comments on winning entries from our open and subscriber-only short story competitions in our Competition Showcase


Read and listen:
The opening of George du Maurier's Trilby goes under the microscope in April Writing Magazine. Get ahead of the game or just settle in for a great read with the full novella to read online here or, if you're browsing on mobile, an epub to download straight to your device

Short story masterclass explores a modern classic from Alice Munro. Read her full story Gravel at The New Yorker

Listen to audiobook extracts here from Jojo Moyes' The Girl You Left Behind and Me Before You and Matt Woodcock's Becoming Reverend

For more, and the 32-page competition supplement, with over 250 competitions to enter, see the April issue of Writing Magazine

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