Tagged: Comma Press

M John Harrison | 'Boundaries can be fluid, to everyone’s advantage'

Comma collects the work of writing stalwart M John Harrison in a new collection that spans genres—and five decades of writing Read more

Comma Press awarded £50k from Greater Manchester Culture Fund

Independent publisher Comma Press and Manchester Literature Festival have been awarded grants from the Greater Manchester Culture Fund. Set up by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority... Read more

Manchester Metropolitan launches new Masters in publishing

Manchester Metropolitan University is teaming up with industry professionals including Comma Press for a new Masters course in publishing. Read more

Sharlene Teo to deliver National Creative Writing Industry Day keynote

The National Creative Writing Industry Day returns for the fifth year in November, with author Sharlene Teo as the keynote speaker. Read more

Comma Press teams up with Northern Short Story Festival for prize

Indie publisher Comma Press and the University of Central Lancashire have teamed up with the Northern Short Story Festival for the next Dinesh Allirajah Prize... Read more

Northern Publishers Network looks to flex its muscles with ACE backing

The Arts Council-funded Northern Publishers Network is looking to continue the work done by the Northern Fiction Alliance to raise the profile of publishers and... Read more

Nine questions for... author and poet David Constantine

Salford-born award-winning author and poet David Constantine discusses his work, and hopes for his forthcoming collection. Read more

Northern Fiction Alliance and literary agency join forces to 'demystify' publishing

A conference will be held in Manchester next month “demystifying” publishing and giving advice on landing a role in the industry. Read more

Comma Press launches podcast

Indie publisher Comma Press has launched the first series of The Comma Press Podcast to coincide with the anniversary of the Section 28 march in... Read more

Barley renews call for visa overhaul, warning of 'irreversible' damage

Head of Edinburgh International Book Festival Nick Barley has warned of the “irretrievable damage to Britain” by the current visa system, following publishers’ concerns for the free... Read more

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