Ambit is a 96-page quarterly literary and art magazine. It is created in London, published in the UK, and read internationally. It’s available through subscription, in selected bookshops, and in libraries worldwide.
The magazine is put together entirely from unsolicited submissions.Perfect for new and emerging writers, like most of us.
Over the years, from small beginnings, the team has come together. Edwin Brock was joined by Carol Ann Duffy and Henry Graham to pick the poetry, and JG Ballard was joined by Geoff Nicholson to pick the prose. In 2013 Dr Martin Bax retired and More…
The inaugural £500 Galley Beggar Press Short Story Prize is now open to submissions.
Here’s a little bit about them:
‘Building on the success of the monthly Galley Beggar Singles Club, which since its inception has won several national awards, Galley Beggar Press will be running a new, annual short story prize for both published and unpublished writers. The prize aims to sponsor nothing more and nothing less than exceptionally good stories. We want the best – and we want you to be the best.’
Short-lists, long-lists, readings and prizes
This week’s featured market is Litro Online.
Here’s a bit about them:
We began as a free print pamphlet featuring just one short story, then a pocket-sized monthly magazine—still free—with a handful of short stories and the occasional spot of non-fiction and poetry, published according to theme, for the reading pleasure of London commuters.
We’re getting ready for a new batch of videos, which will be focusing on selecting material. That’s coming throughout next week, but in the meantime, we’ve been working on this trailer for our fledgling YouTube channel 🙂