Briefly Write is a little literary space for bold, succinct writing
Briefly Write is a creative space for bold poetry and prose. We publish a quarterly journal of succinct, quality writing, and provide inspiration for new and experienced writers.
We are active members of the literary community, obsessive readers, and supportive editors. As well as our writing prompts and features, we are proud to offer reading challenges that promote a more conscious reading experience, and book reviews that share insights into contemporary and classic poetry and literature.
We firmly believe quality writing is for everyone and want to share our thirst for words with likeminded people young and old.
Daniel (he/him) is a writer and linguist. His poems and stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Dreich, Star 82 Review, Postscript Mag, Serotonin, Full House, dreams walking, Square Wheel Press, Ethel Zine, and more. He won a 50-word story competition in a bar in Murcia. @dang_clark
Elinor (she/her) is a freelance writer, poet & avid reader. She was shortlisted for the Jane Martin Poetry Prize 2020, was a winner of the 2020 Erbacce Prize & has been published in journals including Poetry Birmingham, Poetry Society, The Blue Nib & The London Magazine. @elinor_s_clark
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We have ambitious plans for the future of Briefly Write – but we need your support to pursue them. We want to establish a sustainable model that will allow us to pay contributors, grow our readership and generate more exciting content and creativity. We want to encourage more people to share their story and do more to get under-represented voices heard. We have several themed issues in the pipeline, but we don’t want to launch these until we are able to pay writers.
Every penny we receive will go to maintaining and improving Briefly Write (which we run at a loss to ourselves).