EXTENDED DEADLINE: Midnight 16th December 2020. Do you have a piece of creative writing or artwork that you want to see in print? RiPPLE can help! What is RiPPLE? RiPPLE is Kingston University's student-run creative writing anthology, published each year to showcase the work of Kingston University students - and get you published, of course!… Continue reading RiPPLE 2020/21
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Amy Borg Amy V. Borg is a bookseller and writer, currently working on several fantasy novels for children and young adults. She graduated Kingston University's publishing M.A. in 2019. You can follow her writing journey on Twitter and through her blog. 1. What did being managing editor entail? For the 2018 edition of RiPPLE, the… Continue reading Advice From A Previous RiPPLE Managing Editor
This week, we reached out to some students previously published in RiPPLE to hear about their experience and words of wisdom for those hoping to feature in this year's edition. Ciara Starrett What was your experience of being published in RiPPLE? RiPPLE was the first magazine that published my poetry so it’ll always hold… Continue reading Be Brave: Advice From Previous RiPPLE Authors
Aleksandra Rybicka What are you most looking forward to about working on RiPPLE? I am very excited about getting to know all the writers in Kingston by going through their written work! What are you currently reading? I am currently reading Women Don’t Owe You Pretty by Florence Given. What's an interesting fact about you?… Continue reading Meet our 2020/21 RiPPLE Editorial Team!
Shara Cooper What are you most looking forward to about working on RiPPLE? I’m looking forward to reading all the submissions and discovering fresh, unique voices. What are you currently reading? I usually have a few books on the go. One I’m reading is Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer, an author I really enjoy.… Continue reading Meet our 2020/21 RiPPLE Judging Team!
Rebecca Hampstead, Marketing Lead What are you most looking forward to about working on RiPPLE? I'm looking forward to working collaboratively with everyone to put something amazing together and, most of all, getting to see the finished product. What are you currently reading? I've just finished reading The Midnight Library by Matt Haig and couldn't… Continue reading Meet our 2020/21 RiPPLE Marketing Team!
Cathy Liney, Managing Editor A little bit about Cathy: Cathy is a 23-year-old MA Publishing student at Kingston University, who studied her undergrad degree in Dublin. She loves to travel and live in different countries, where possible. She has a twelve and a half year old dog who is a little bit cuckoo. Her hobbies… Continue reading Meet our 2020/21 RiPPLE Team!
The RiPPLE 2019 launch party was a success! It was a combined launch with the second and third year publishing students who were also releasing their new publications, the CCIP Journal and the Forgotten Female Voices series. Speeches, author readings, pub quizzes, book sales, and more. The night was buzzing with activities and celebration. Check out the… Continue reading It’s Official!
The finished, printed copies of RiPPLE 2019 arrived just this week and the only thing left to do is celebrate. We're celebrating our authors, our editors, our design and production team—everyone who was involved in the making this anthology. And YOU are invited! Stop on by and have a chat with all these amazing people. We're… Continue reading It’s time!!
XIII by James Reynolds February. Jacqueline and Mark have driven to Hopton-on-Sea, on the Norfolk coast. Mark, a budding writer, knows little about their destination other than its position on a supposed pilgrimage route. Jacqueline comes from money but works in a busy production company. They have been together for under a year. MARK: Leave?… Continue reading XIII by James Reynolds