Cambridge Short Story Prize 2020, deadline 15th June - £2,350 prize fund


Mentoring is for those who require support from a professional, traditionally published writer. It is aimed at those in the process of writing a collection of short stories, novella-in-flash, or collection of creative non-fiction.

Mentorships can be 3 months, 6 months, or 12 months and usually involve on-to-one meetings with the mentor each month, as well as additional Skype meetings to discuss their progress.

Mentors are selected on their suitability to the client, as well as factors such as pricing and location.

If you are looking for a mentor to help develop your work, please for a consultation