Tag Archives: Publishing
Year Starts on a High!
As we plough headlong into the third week of the new year, we are delighted to relay some news. Hay Writers’ Circle member, Alan Oberman’s forth coming book, “Ellie and Sapiens“, has been accepted by Arkbound publishing. Arkbound specializes in … Continue reading
New Books! And A Non-Fiction Competition Reminder.
With our minds still fizzing from another wonderful Hay Festival it seems extremely timely to announce not one, but two exciting new publications from members of the Hay Writers. Building on the success of her first book, The Doors of … Continue reading
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BOOK LAUNCH HERALDED BY BRASS BAND!
Jan Newton’s much anticipated debut crime novel Remember No More enjoyed it’s official book launch recently at the Wyeside Arts Centre in Builth Wells; complete with a fanfare from a brass band! Jan was taken by complete surprise as the packed room delighted … Continue reading
Debut Detective Novel Launch
With these wintry evenings still long and dark, there is absolutely nothing like curling up on the sofa and enjoying a well written, sharply observed detective story, especially if it is set in darkest mid-Wales. So do we have a … Continue reading
Dan Davies Announced As Non-Fiction Judge 2016
The Hay Writers are delighted to announce that Dan Davies has agreed to judge the Richard Booth Prize for Non Fiction 2016. The winners will be revealed mid-July. Presently, I imagine industrious pens editing their hearts out in the hope of … Continue reading
Pick and Mix Anthology News.
“The first real content meeting for the Hay Writers new anthology took place at the weekend in the glorious booktown of Hay-on-Wye. I’m very happy to report that we have 80 strong pages of wonderful, diverse new writing selected and … Continue reading
HAY FESTIVAL SELL-OUT SUCCESS AND ANTHOLOGY NEWS
HAY FESTIVAL EVENT What a great boost to our literary egos – our Hay Festival event was sold out and it was very encouraging to know that we could have at least sold half as many tickets again – if … Continue reading