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Congratulations to Soutar Writer Maurice Gartshore, who has just released his first e-book on Amazon, Leckie. Donald Leckie, an ex-DC living in Edinburgh, is being harassed by a gang boss who believes he has stolen his cocaine. He has the … Continue reading
Poems this year, judged by John Glenday. Full details at: William Soutar website and reminder dates on the Diary page. Good luck!
Soutar Writer Kenneth Stephen has just released his first micro-collection of short stories on Amazon, Sheep and Other Stories. The Kindle Price of £0.79 includes VAT* & free wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet (* Unlike print books, digital books are … Continue reading
Short stories this year, judged by Zoë Strachan. Full details at: William Soutar website and reminder dates on the Diary page. Good luck!
Patricia Ace writes: “just to let you know that some poetry postcards (using haiku and collagraph printing techniques) that I collaborated on last year with Edinburgh artist Lindy Furby are currently on display at the Barn Gallery, Bield Retreat Centre, … Continue reading
The winners of this year’s competition were announced at the Writers’ Day in the A K Bell Library on 31st August. Provost Liz Grant and judge Brian Johnstone presented the prizes, and winning entries will feature in an ebook which … Continue reading
Soutar Writers announce that entries to their inaugural P3 writing competition have now closed. Many thanks to all of you who entered! We’ll publish the shortlist in due course and the winners around 1st October, so please check the site … Continue reading
This year’s competition was launched by poet Brian Johnstone at the A K Bell Library on Saturday, April 27. It’s poetry this year, and entries need to be submitted by Tuesday, July 2. The winners will be announced at a … Continue reading
Soutar writer Di Chorley has won this year’s Soutar Writing Prize with her entry ‘Tea at the Ritz’. The full list of winners announced at the Writers’ Day on 25th August 2012 is: 1st Prize Tea at the Ritz Diane … Continue reading