We’re in a bit of a pickle at the moment, Luke’s laptop has died so work on issue #3 has come to a standstill until he can get it fixed. It’s a pain because we can’t wait for you guys to see all the stuff we’ve got in it, the standard just gets higher and higher. Anyway, we’ll keep you in the loop but hopefully that’ll be sorted soon enough. In the...
brownratscribbler replied to your post: Happy World Book Day writers! What books have you… I am reading ‘Kraken’ by China Miéville….it makes me want to have tentacles. Excellent book! I was hooked as soon as the blurb mentioned the British Museum and the giant squid. I’m dying to read Railsea too, that’s next on my list.
Happy World Book Day writers! What books have you got your noses stuck in at the moment? I’m halfway through my second reading of the A Song of Ice and Fire series and it’s making me want a sword…
Hey guys, we’re currently revamping the website so apologies for the mess. It’s going to be much prettier when Luke’s done with it so be sure to keep checking back! Keep writing, Ionie
Hello guys, Sorry for the late update on things, we have been really busy since Christmas but issue 3 is on the way we will be getting that out ASAP along with that we will be posting some new updates for you. If you have any questions just send us a message! Again sorry for the late update, we are now fully back ON IT. Cheers, Luke
To all of the following writers - Beckie Jordan - Drink Poison Desires (Poetry) Charlie Benson - Andy’s Angel Awakens (Prose) Chris Parvin - Carnival (Prose) Claire Walker - Haunted (Poetry) Eva Marie Wilshere - Trust (Poetry) Fikayo Francisca Balogun - The Boy That Cried Wolf (Poetry)/Red Christmas (Poetry) Frankie Lewis - Nightmare (Prose) Gavin J R - Dirty Fingernails (Poetry) ...
We are not dead, though i’m sure you’d started to wonder… We trust you all had an excellent Xmas and are looking forward to the new year? We’ll be publishing our next issue of PIYE Magazine in January, at long last, and will be announcing the writers that will be included in it shortly. Thank you to everyone who submitted, they have been a pleasure to read as usual. Keep...
nerdscloset replied to your photo: Nine by James Rice Each day she comes out to our… is the exposed coding intentional? Not at all, for some reason coding keeps showing during posts. All sorted now though. =]
Halloween competition winners
This week we shall be posting the Halloween winners. So we do not spam your tumblr with them all at once we thought it would be nice to post one a day and by Saturday we will post information about our Christmas competition. Sorry for the delay, I have been stacked with work. I shall post the first one today. Thank you, Luke
Congratulations Sarah Tarbit!
You are our Halloween contest winner, expect some goodies in the post this week and your winning short story Butterflies and Hurricanes will be illustrated and published on our sites along with the following runners up. The runners up, in no particular order, are; Christopher Parvin - Carnival Frankie Lewis - Nightmare James Rice - Nine Ben Dunham - No Purpose Here Matt Creswell - The...
You have until midnight to get your 500 word horror stories sent to email@example.com for a chance to win some Halloween goodies and be published on our sites with an accompanying illustration done by our designer. Get spooky!
PARTY IN YOUR EARHOLE!
An online collection of story readings and performance poetry from around the globe! We are looking for the weird and wonderful so get experimenting. You can either perform your piece using props, accents, dramatizations OR have a chat with us and we’ll look into creating a storyboard or short animation. Anything goes so get creative! The way this is going to work is simple; we’ll invite those...
eatsleepmoresleep replied to your photo: Do not forget guys, we are also accepting… are you accepting submissions from outside the UK? Not as of yet, though I think we are thinking of doing some competitions for everyone including those outside of the UK soon as we would love to see what great work you non-UK folk have for us, and maybe even a special issue just for those outside the UK. ...
secretlyknownasjonat asked: Is it still not possible to get this in the US?
Hello writers, sorry for our prolonged absence but our jobs have been ever so demanding of late. Here’s all you need to know about what we’re up to at the moment… Due to our work loads, we have decided to reduce the number of issues we produce per year. Instead of the four we planned on, we’ll only be releasing three. Therefore an issue will be released every four months,...
Someone out there now owns a PIYE t-shirt designed...
Only 3 copies of Issue #1 left!
If you want one, better get your skates on. Once they’re gone we won’t be printing any more! Copies are £4 and included a badge, sticker and P&P. To order simply email PIYEHUB@GMAIL.COM In other news, Issue #2 is well under way - expect copies to be available in the next few weeks.
The PIYE Team will be out of the office this weekend so expect replies to any emails/messages on Monday. If you have something urgent to say, contact us through Twitter as we’ll be checking that while away. Have a great weekend writers, Ionie and Luke.
To all of the following writers - Annwen Bates - Now Here’s Something To Marvel At (Prose) Caitlin Mclarty - The Radioactive Rod-Doll (Poem) Charley Packham - Eve’s Canvas (Prose) Chris Gray - Lewis And The Spider (Prose) Christopher Parvin - Hope (Prose) Conor Boyd - 2013 (Prose) Fikayo Francisca Balogun - The Chosen Mate (Poem) Georgia Ball - The Piano (Poem) Hannah Watts -...
As of today PIYE Magazine will now be available in News From Nowhere on Bold Street, Liverpool. (Click the image below to visit their webpage.) This is a brilliant bookshop with extremely knowledgeable staff and we’re proud to have our magazine on their shelves. I highly recommend a visit if independent bookshops are your thing… and if they’re not! I also left some free...
Last chance to be published!
Deadline for submissions for issue two of PIYE Magazine is tonight. If you want to be published in our quirky mag get your poetry and prose sent to PIYEHUB@gmail.com by midnight. More information can be found here. Pictures of issue one can be found here, just so you can see how snazzy your work could look! Get on it writers.