How to get published. Twitter Pitch Contest 24 October, 2017
On the 24 of October 2017, the Scottish Writers’ Centre and Red Squirrel Press are giving you the chance to get published!
The only catch? You need to be able to sell your work in less than 140 characters!
Whether it’s a novel, memoir, collection of poetry or short stories, send us your pitch.
On the same day, we are holding a panel where you can ask your questions about how to get published, to the very people who might be picking your proposal! The event will be busy, so contact us to reserve a space. More information can be found here.
For any enquiries contact:
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