‘Characters circling the drain’: An interview with Crime Factory editor Cameron Ashley

Calling all crime writers, Melbourne based magazine, Crime Factory, will soon be opening its doors to fiction submissions, so if you’ve got a hardboiled story, a noir story, or some dark fiction with a crime edge that needs a home then check out the Crime Factory website for full submission details. That’s fiction; let’s talk … Continue reading »

The free-range journalist: An interview with Editia’s Charlotte Harper

Journalism, like every facet of the publishing industry, has undergone a slew of changes, and Editia has emerged to make the most of these so-called exciting times. Editia is a digital-first imprint devoted to longform journalism and non-fiction shorts spearheaded by the dynamic Charlotte Harper. Since 2010, Charlotte, and her corporate advisory board (consisting of … Continue reading »

Creative non-fiction opportunity

Here’s a great opportunity for creative non-fiction writers… The U.S. quarterly magazine Creative Nonfiction, in association with the Australian arts company tashmadada, seeks new essays for a special “Australia” issue. They’re looking for a variety of perspectives–from locals, expats, tourists, or anyone else–and will consider essays of all forms and focus as long as Australia’s … Continue reading »