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Read more, write better! Writing Magazine bonus content, September 2018

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Complement September's Writing Magazine with background reading and resources:

Listen to audiobook extracts of our featured authors:

Read our masterclass short story, The Last Night of the World, by WM fave Ray Bradbury.

Read our suggested rewrite of a reader's first 300 words in Under the Microscope Extra.

Read the winning stories and the judges' comments from this month's short story competition results in our Competition Showcase, and enter this month's open competitions in our competition hub.

For more, get the September issue of Writing Magazine now.

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