are around 350 creative writing magazines in the UK, but we
believe ours is the very best, and here's why...
founded Gold Dust because wanted to create something fresh
and new by publishing off-beat, original pieces from all genres
in one place - which is why you'll find a quirky film script
alongside an avant-garde poem, followed by the funniest flash
fiction - we put it all together and the result is pure Gold
Every issue includes:
how to write features
Gold Dust, we are especially proud of our quality interviews.
Since our launch in 2004 we've interviewed the following big
Jim Crace's first novel, Continent (Picador, 2008),
won the Whitbread First Novel Prize & the Guardian Fiction
Prize. His novels have been published by Picador and Penguin.
Minette Walters' first novel, The Ice House (Pan Books,
1993), was made into a TV series starring Daniel Craig. All
her novels are published by Pan Books.
Bernard Cornwell is the author of the Sharpe series of novels,
made into a TV series starring Sean Bean. This prolific writer
has been published by Penguin and Harper.
Nesbitt Kenn Nesbitt is a children's poet whose work has appeared
on television and in numerous school textbooks. His collections
are published through Meadowbrook Press.
Adrienne Kress is a children's author and actress, published
with Weinstein Books.
Multi Grammy award-winning singer songwriter, Janis Ian, has
now released her autobiography through Tarcher for Penguin.
China Miéville, author of Un Lun Dun, has won
numerous awards, including the Locus Award for Best Young Adult
Film historian Kevin Brownlow is also the screenwriter for
It Happened Here and Winstanley, both critically