Aspiring writers given chance to see their work appear in print


Aspiring writers have the chance to see their work appearing in print alongside some of Scotland’s top young literary talents in a new anthology.

‘Logos in the Foam’ will be published in August this year by Dundee-based Teckle Books and Members of the public are invited to submit short stories and extracts of novels of 500 -5000 words in length.

The anthology will also feature previously unpublished work by Neil Forsyth, creator of the Bob Servant books and TV series, and Barry Phillips, author of ‘The Tartan Special One’.

“It’s a pleasure to be offering new writers the chance to be in print alongside Neil, Barry and Grant in our first anthology,” said Teckle Books director Frank Marra.

“We see this as a chance to meet new writing and fresh thinking authors from all over and we’re looking forward to finding out what will fit in best with our team for further development and possibly a book deal in future.

“There are so many talented writers out there who don’t even know it yet.”

More information and full submission guidelines are available at

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