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Get writing, get reading, get involved in a creative community WHAT THE DICKENS MAGAZINE

WHAT THE DICKENSWhat the Dickens? Magazine is aiming to promote, support and encourage creativity and the arts for both organisations and individuals. And there are now lots of opportunities to be part of this growing creative community.

Here’s a few suggestions from Vicky, Editor at WTD:

Write us a letter: We always include a letters section at the front of the magazine and are always keen to hear your thoughts about what we are doing.

Follow our #hashtags on twitter: Talk to us, help us re-tweet, ask us to re-tweet for you and indulge in some creative tasks over on Twitter.

Submit: Check out our Submissions page to find out the latest theme and deadlines and send us your short stories, flash fiction or poetry. We also love art and photography around the theme for both the magazine and the website so get those cameras and paintbrushes out and submit now!

Contribute reviews to the website: We now have a reviews section on the website. If you would like to review a book, play, film, exhibition, event or anything creative you think we might like then get in touch. Reviews are around 250 words.

Interviews for the website: Do you want to do an interview with a creative person for the website? Maybe you want to be interviewed and might have a friend who wants to try out their writing skills? Interviews can be up to 1500 words.

Features for the website: If you have an idea for a feature then get in touch and tell us about it. Features can be up to 2000 words.

Readers’ News: This one is for you! We want to hear your creative news. Show us what you do, tell us about a project you might be involved in, lets see your novel, album, film, play. Shout it out from the rooftops! Again, around 250 words  is ideal.

Find out more by clicking here.

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