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January 2004 - Writers Magazine


  • '...the internet provides a better way to shop for many products and services.’

  • 'A nice little book' - the publishing phenomenon that is Lynne Truss's Eats, Shoots and Leaves


  • 'If a cat solves the crime, I burn the book.'

     Otto Penzler

  • 'Publishers 'are missing good, talented writers. It's a diabolical shame. Writers should look at new ways of publishing, like the internet and self-publishing... '

     Reverend Graham Taylor


  • ‘Every great and original writer, in proportion as he is great and original, must himself create the taste by which he is to be relished.'

    William Wordsworth

  • ‘The novel is likely... to survive in some perfunctory, despised and hopelessly degenerate form.'

    George Orwell

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We wish a very happy and peaceful New Year to all Magazine January 2004


'The trials of being a writer never seem to end.'

John Jenkins' column

'NOTHING is more irritating than careless punctuation...'

Bob's Journal goes into its 4th volume

'I, for one, am glad people want to lose themselves in other worlds. If they didn’t, I'd be out of a job...'

'No such thing as free time for a writer.'


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