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Find out a bit more about star interview subject Kei Miller, and watch videos of him reading his poetry here

Peter Breakspear, whose novel End Point has now been published after winning our competition in association with Troubador, features in our New Author Profile. Read the first chapter of End Point here.

James McCreet explains an exercise to unlock your natural writing style by writing just 500 words on an existing book. Read his 500 words on Lolita, here

Read our suggested rewrite of a subscriber's coming-of-age novel extract here

Don't miss your copy of August Writing Magazine, available at newsstands, directly from us, by subscription or in digital. Find out more here

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