Writers Abroad Free Magazine Out Today


It’s a week for launches: my French Collection: Twelve Short Stories will be out in Kindle and paperback versions on Thursday 9th, but first Writers Abroad’s free magazine, The Third Space, is out today. You can read it online or download a PDF copy. And there’s a quiz on the last page with a prize of 15 euros in Amazon Gift Vouchers.

Writers Abroad is an online community for ex-pat writers. The Third Space, our biannual magazine, showcases our work. You’ll find short stories, flash fiction, poetry, non-fiction articles, recipes, author interviews and book reviews, so there’s something for everyone. One of the highlights is an interview with best-selling author, B.A. Paris.

We have listened carefully to your feedback and have included more flash fiction for those short snippets of time when you just want to escape for five minutes. One of the pieces is written by our first guest writer  Sylvia Petter. If you’d like to be considered for our next issue – due in May 2018 – then drop us a line at expatwritersabroad[at]gmail[dot]com.

We hope you enjoy this issue and, as ever, we are happy to have your feedback, either via the form in the mag, on our Facebook page or in an email (see address in the previous para). Enjoy!

And don’t forget the quiz on the last page!

Copyright © Vanessa Couchman 2017, all rights reserved.

Published by nessafrance

We moved to an 18th-century farmhouse in SW France in 1997. I'm fascinated by French history, rural traditions and customs. I also write historical novels and short stories.

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