The latest issue of Scribble was waiting for me when I got in this evening – and it feels like quite a bumper issue, with seventeen short stories, and two articles. (And a very attractive cover design.)
One of the best aspects of this magazine is the feedback from readers – and in this issue, editor David Howarth, mentions that he’s had to allocate an extra page to accommodate all the reader comments submitted.
I’m a big fan of Scribble – not only because it’s a great platform for short story writers (both those new to writing, and the more experienced), but because David takes the time to give feedback on unsuccessful submissions. It’s also very good value at £15 for an annual subscription (which includes free story submissions and competition entries).
You can find out more about Scribble and subscribe here. The annual short story competition is this year on the theme of “fear”. Max 3,000 words. Closing date 1st November 2016 – so plenty of time to plan your entry! ;0)