The Scribbler Blog – Post one of many…
Welcome to the newest, freshest blog for exciting, contemporary writers
Hello enthusiastic writer and welcome to the first post of the new Scribbler Blog.
This weblog is designed as a precursor for the eventual release of The Scribbler magazine and official website.
In the long term The Scribbler will be a monthly magazine concerned with new and exciting literature from contemporary authors, poets, screen/playwrights and journalists. With the purest of intentions, the magazine will inspire and advise amateur writers in penning their first masterpiece.
This blog, and later the magazine, will include tips and guidance from established authors and industry representatives on how to get published. On top of this all the news, reviews, features and interviews on exciting industry developments will also be featured.
What’s it all about?
Here’s the profound bit. The mission of The Scribbler to showcase and nurture exciting new contemporary writers, novelists, poets, journalists and screenwriters alike. The objective of the publication is to inspire and engage amateur writers by providing features and interviews with their favourite writers as well as tips and guides on succeeding in the publishing industry.
The idea behind The Scribbler was first born while I was at university studying journalism. My project partner, Seamus Swords, and myself, wanted to inject some life into the stagnate literary sector of the magazine industry. We felt the perfect remedy for this would be to interview, report and analyse some of the most exciting, controversial and contemporary writers around.
So please enter:
Bangs, Bukowski, Burroughs, Cave, Cohen, Coupland, Ellis, Fiske, Greene, Kerouac, Murakami, Palahniuk, Salinger, Self, Thompson, Welsh, Young
…and many, many more.
For a little taster of what multimedia treats The Scribbler Blog has in store, cast your eyes below:
Post by: Dean Samways
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