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    Ghosts in the Glass anthology on sale, £1 goes to Action Cancer http://www.orb-store.com/ghosts.htm ... From: The Writing.ie Team Sent:
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      'Ghosts in the Glass' anthology on sale, £1 goes to Action Cancer
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      Sent: Sunday, 17 February 2013, 10:01
      Subject: Writing.ie News February 2013

      Writing.ie News February 2013
      Writing.ie is the national Irish writing resources website, bringing regular author tips and interviews plus events, competitions and more for writers & readers everywhere. We've now got more articles than ever, a new members area and two new Irish language sections.
      Hi Speculator
      Welcome to the new look writing.ie newsletter which brings you news of what's new at writing.ie, plus offers, tips and updates. Rather than notify you weekly of our content updates as we did before and potentially clog up your inbox, we will now only send the newsletter when we have something new to let you know about...
      The National Emerging Writer Programme
      Launched in January, Writing.ie have developed The National Emerging Writer Programme with Dublin UNESCO City of Literature bringing invaluable tips and advice from Carlo Gebler, Sinead Moriarty and Declan Hughes on film, right to your living room (or study!) We guarantee you will find advice in this DVD that will improve your fiction writing.

      A completely free resource, the DVD is 144 minutes long and divided into three parts Starting to Write, Telling the Story and Revising, Rewriting and Overcoming Obstacles . The full programme can be borrowed on DVD from your local library (in Ireland) or watched from anywhere in the world, online at www.writing.ie . You can also buy your own copy at Amazon.com here

      We have a free copy for one lucky newsletter reader! Email your name and full postal address to contact@... to enter the draw.
      Introducing Laura Gaynor
      Laura Gaynor is an eighteen year old filmmaker from Sligo. When she entered her first competition with a film called "Piece of Cake" in 2010 she won the RTÉ 60 Second Short Award - a success that has set her on the road to making  many other films, some of which can be seen here: www.youtube.com/therobocaterpillar.

      Laura has taken over our From the Front Row blog to bring you news for and about young writers and new talent, Laura welcomes contributions and comments, so if you have something to say, get in touch! Just email contact@... with Laura's Blog in the subject line.
      Really Useful Links
      Regular contributor Paul FitzSimons is a script and screen writer who is penning a crime novel in his spare time. His Really Useful Links articles have brought world wide attention to his corner of writing.ie. Check out his most popular post Really Useful Links for Writers: Rejection (yikes!).
      Writing.ie Member Community
      Have you joined our member community? One Emerging Writer has already been approached by an agent from the UK after she read her writing sample - could you be next?

      If you run courses or retreats for writers, join as an organisation member and you can list your courses and workshops for our thousands of visitors. Check out the Member section.

      All members have access to our Member Blog where they can post about news, events they are involved in or post articles from tips to flash fiction.

      The Rules of Writing?
      Janet E Cameron's debut novel is due out in March - in our Magazine section Janet reveals THE RULES and what she's learned as she starts her second book...
      Latest News and Features
      Updated weekly with author interviews, and news for writers in our magazine section & tips and advice in our resources section, there is always something new on writing.ie.

      Use our search box to find that article that will help you - from information on digital publishing to selling your book, we have almost 2000 articles in our archives. Whatever stage you are at, we can help.
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