The Blue Nib. Issue 35
Welcome to the Autumn 2018 issue, full as always of fresh, new poetry chosen by Shirley Bell.
And for the first time we have literary fiction selected by Imogen Gladman. Please, don't forget to show our contributors some appreciation by commenting on the pieces you enjoy
Chapbook III Results
Vivien Jones Reveals the results of CBCIII
Contest Series Winter 2018
Facebook Google+ Twitter LinkedIn Announcing The Blue Nib Omnibus Contest: For Short Fiction This is a new contest for short fiction writers that hopes to
Announcing: The Blue Nib Chapbook Contest #4- With Guest Judge Helen Mort Open to all registered members of The Blue Nib. The contest calls for
Emma Lee’s most recent collection is “Ghosts in the Desert” (IDP, UK 2015), she co-edited “Over Land, Over Sea: poems for those seeking refuge,” (Five
Michael A. Griffith began writing poetry as he recovered from a disability-causing injury. His poems, essays, flash fiction and articles have appeared in many print
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