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Getting Published with The Blue Nib The Blue Nib is both a literary magazine and on line publisher as well as an independent publishing...
Independent book publishers We are currently closed to submissions The Blue Nib are an independent press who publish poetry and literary fiction. We accept unsolicited collections...
Well, as you will see from Dave’s article, this is the last e-zine for the magazine, which will become a quarterly print magazine instead. It will...
The Blue Nib Poetry Writing Contest Poetry Writing Contest V is now closed Our next Blue Nib Poetry Writing Contest will be announced in our September...
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin The Ladies and Gentlemen of the Dead Bestselling debut collection by Dominic Fisher This exceptional collection of poems explores ways the...
Poetry, Fiction and Reviews The new Blue Nib team are delighted to launch issue 38 of the magazine with over 200 pages of poetry, fiction...
Demise of the Undertaker's Wife By the Hennessy Literary Award nominated Anne Walsh Donnelly Release date 15th September 2019. Available for preorder from 4th August 2019 Share...
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New and established voices in poetry from Ireland and the United Kingdom Established and emerging poets from the United States and Canada. publishing established and new...
Editor, Clara Burghelea, selects poetry from around the world in English and in translation
Felicia McCarthy's pick of the strongest established and emerging voices in poetry from The US & Canada
Editor Tracy Gaughan selects poetry by established and emerging poets from Ireland and The UK
Denise O'Hagan's selection of poetry from the strongest voices in Australia & New Zealand
Submissions are closed.The Blue Nib will reopen for submissions on July 16Important: The Blue Nib General Guidelines:Submissions are considered for either the digital platform or...
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Isioma Jemimah Okonicha’s works include fictional stories, motivational, and poetry.
In Between Sebbene la forza gravitazionale tenga i...
Gale Acuff is the author of three books of poetry. He has taught university English in the US, China, and Palestine
Eugen Bacon’s work has won, been shortlisted, longlisted or commended in national and international awards, including the Bridport Prize, Copyright Agency Prize, Ron Hubbard’s Writers of the Future Award, Australian Shadows Awards and Nommo Award for Speculative Fiction by Africans.
Emerging poet Georgina Ashworth was winner of the ECU’s Talus Prize in the poetry category (2017), she was also the judging panel’s favourite for the Yarra Libraries Receipt Poetry Competition, as part of the Digital Writers Festival (2019).
Writer and editor at Banshee Literary Journal, Claire Hennessy, offers advice to writers and speaks to Tracy Gaughan about the changing face of contemporary poetry, the perils of didacticism and shares some of her happiest moments at the journal
Belinda Cooke's poetry includes Stem (the High Window Press, 2019) and her Days of the Shorthanded Shovelists forthcoming (Salmon Poetry).
Amanda Bell's first poetry collection First the Feathers (Doire Press, 2017) was shortlisted for the Shine Strong Award.
Alan Cohen was poetry appears in New England Journal of Medicine (1977), The Road Not Taken (2017) and more
Maeve McKenna’s work has been placed in several international poetry competitions. She enjoys writing immensely, almost as much as she does avoiding it.
Mycah Miller is a Santa Cruz, CA-based poet, artist, motorcyclist, and student.
Sarah Leavesley explains how the passing of time offers surprising opportunities for creative growth.
James Fountain offers useful advice for those thinking of starting a PhD.
Rona Fitzgerald explains how you don't have to be trapped on the wrong track for ever.
Don Krieger is a 2020 Creative Nonfiction Fellow. His work has appeared in Neurology, Live Mag!, Seneca Review, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Asahi Shimbun, Entropy, and others.
Glenn Hubbard lives in Madrid, where he teaches English and writes poetry.
Lauren Camp’s most recent collection is ‘Took House’ (Tupelo Press, 2020).
Poet Rafael Mendes is a member of NIC writers group at The Irish Writers Centre.
Mark Roberts is a writer, critic and publisher, he co-edits the online journal Rochford Street Review and, with Linda Adair, runs Rochford Press.
Rebecca Myers is an Irish-born, New Zealand-based poet and playwright.
‘Misericord’ is a book containing many fine things, a Palace of Varieties containing within its sixty-six pages a multitude of (mainly successful) attempts to render Kevin Bailey’s poetic world complete.
“Letters Home” explores the Chinese-British diaspora from the viewpoint of someone beginning to find her place in the world, looking at how to forge an identity which includes her origins and her new life.
Eveline Pye's poem ‘Mosi-Oa-Tunya’ was chosen for the Twenty Best Scottish Poems of that Year. Her new collection ‘STEAM’, will be published by Red Squirrel Press 2021.
Poet Berni Dwan was placed second in the Johnathan Swift Awards and was shortlisted for the Anthony Cronin International Poetry Award.
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Pippa Slattery’s story Rag Doll was shortlisted for the Kanturk International Arts Festival.
Leonie Charlton lives in Argyll, Scotland from where she writes poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction.
Bernie Crawford’s poetry has been published in The Irish Times, Poetry Ireland Review, the North magazine, and elsewhere.
Colin Bancroft won the 2016 Poets and Players Prize. His pamphlet Impermanence is out in October 2020 with Maytree Press.
Magdalena Ball is the author of several published books of poetry and fiction, including High Wire Step (Flying Island Press, 2018) and Unreliable Narratives (Girls on Key Press, 2019).
Ian C Smith’s seventh book is wonder sadness madness joy (Ginninderra Press, 2015). He writes in the Gippsland Lakes area of Victoria, and on Flinders Island, Tasmania.
Brenda Proudfoot was a finalist in the Joanne Burns Microlit Award (2019), and two of her stories are shortlisted for the Microflix Writers Award (2020).
Denise O'Hagan caught up with her fellow country woman, Amanda McLeod to discuss creativity, writing and her new flash fiction collection, Animal Behaviour.