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Hi all,

Just to let you know in case you haven't been following us on Facebook, we have been tinkering about on the site and have updated the criteria for submissions for the quarterly journal.

Also,and due to the annoyance that is lockdown, ASP is currently conducting 'interviews with local authors' in a rather labourious fashion. Email interviewing is not our preferred method, but as one of our interviewees is being shielded, it is the safest method for all concerned.

Forthcoming interviews to be posted:

Mid-Late August, Cath Barton, discussing her novella 'The Plankton Collector', published 2019 by New Welsh Rarebyte.

October, Ian Duncan, discussing his novel 'The Faith', published 2017, independently.

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