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Events around Honno Press
Marchnad Gynnyrch Lleol - Local Produce Market
Wednesday 6:00pm (08 August)
Plas Heli, Pwllheli, Pwllheli
Abersoch Dinghy Week
Saturday 9:00am (21 July)
SCYC - South Caernarvonshire Yacht Club Abersoch, Abersoch
Tenby or Folly Farm,Pembrokeshire
Saturday 9:00am (28 July)
D.R Taxis, Minibus and Coach Hire, Llanelli
Porthdinllaen Lifeboat Station 2018 Open Day
Sunday 11:00am (05 August)
Porthdinllaen Lifeboat Station, Morfa Nefyn
The Little Dragon Music Festival
Saturday 12:00pm (21 July)
Y Morfa Venue at Conwy Borough Football Club, Conwy
Meet the Editor - Aberystwyth
When?Start time: Saturday 10:30am (19 May)
End time: Saturday 3:30pm (19 May)
Honno Welsh Women’s Press are offering writers the opportunity to meet Caroline Oakley, an experienced editor, for a 20 minute individual session, to discuss your work at the Honno offices in Aberystwyth. Caroline will read adult fiction and non-fiction and the sessions are open to ALL writers, at any stage of the writing process.
“a rare opportunity to talk about your submission face to face with a professional editor – indicative of the nurture and support Honno give to their authors throughout the publishing process and beyond.” Alison Layland, author of Someone Else’s Conflict
Caroline Oakley is the editor/publisher at Honno. She was Editorial Director, Orion Books, publishing crime fiction (including Ian Rankin), SF & Fantasy (including Michael Moorcock and Tricia Sullivan) and general fiction and non-fiction (including Nick Middleton and Mark Todd).
Please phone in advance to confirm a time and book a place. Once a time has been agreed you will need to send by the 1st May:
• Covering Letter
• One page synopsis
• First 50 pages, double spaced
• Cheque for £35 payable to Honno
Phone: 01970 623150 or email email@example.com
Please note: if we do not receive your submission by 1st May your place will be given to someone else.
"Without the Meet The Editor scheme I would never have had the confidence to keep plugging away." Lucy Owen, author of Boo-a-bog in the Park and The Sea House