The “real” Strange Egg: Kirstie Millar on Endometriosis
I have now had four surgeries for severe endometriosis. Each surgery felt different, and disturbingly similar. I cannot remember my third surgery well. But I do remember the surgeon, he was very kind, unlike the others.
Where do we go from here? Leila Rasheed on the future of British children’s literature
Author and founder of The Megaphone Writer Development Scheme Leila Rasheed reflects on what we need next in British children's literature.
Call for Submissions – Prose pamphlets, children’s poetry, and children’s fiction only
Dear Writers, We're excited to announce that our first 2023 call for submissions will run from Tuesday 7th February to Tuesday 14th February. This time, we will be accepting prose pamphlets, children's poetry and children's fiction. We're not looking for poetry
The Emma Press Acquired World Rights For Book About Early Parenthood by Award Winning Writer and Academic, Abi Curtis
The Emma Press has announced that it has acquired world rights in the English language to an anthology of short fiction and poetry on the challenges and joys of early parenthood