June 28, 2019

Blog: MIR16 Poetry

In her next blog instalment, Elizabeth Lovatt talks to Nise McCulloch about poetry and its relationship with the MIR16 theme of climate
June 25, 2019

Youth Takeover

  MIROnline is opening its doors to young authors from the UK. A team of enthusiastic students from Treasure House School will be taking over the website and publishing stories by young authors like themselves.
May 31, 2019

Blog: MIR16 Shortlist and Selection

In her next behind-the-scenes instalment, Elizabeth Lovatt gives us an insight to the shortlisting and final selection process of MIR16
April 26, 2019

Blog: MIR16 Creative Non-Fiction

In her 3rd behind-the-scenes instalment, Elizabeth Lovatt examines creative non-fiction and how it fits with MIR16
April 20, 2019

MIRLive with Louise Hare and Abi Dare

Join us for our Arts Week Special
April 16, 2019

Feel Your Way with Laura Kaye

A Masterclass on writing the emotions with Laura Kaye
March 29, 2019

Blog: Reading Submissions for MIR16

In her 2nd behind-the-scenes instalment, Elizabeth Lovatt looks at how the team reads and reviews submissions
March 19, 2019

March Reads

Another diverse selection with, I would hope, something for everyone. Enjoy. James
February 22, 2019

The Mechanics of MIR 16

Exploring the theme and opening MIR16 to new submission types by Elizabeth Lovatt
February 20, 2019

MIRLive: Laura Kaye

Elinor Johns rounds up our January MIRLive.
January 21, 2019

January Reads

A diverse selection to kick off the new year – there really should be something for everyone. We hope you enjoy them. James  
January 16, 2019

New Mexican Postcards by Tom Travers

Poetry by Tom Travers
January 9, 2019

I Am Ash on Wednesdays by Sogol Sur

Poetry by Sogol Sur
January 3, 2019

Poetry by Rachel Burns

Wildfowl on the Water, July, and A Game of Chess
December 27, 2018

Height of Nonsense by Al McClimens

Poetry by Al McClimens
December 10, 2018

December Reads

Dystopian worlds, lightning strikes, bleak visions of the American West and tales from a dysfunctional health system – nothing about this selection could be called ‘seasonal’ but we hope you find something that helps you get through the holidays. James
December 7, 2018

Waiting to be inspired

Lyndsey Garrett discusses inspiration, themed writing and deadlines
November 28, 2018

Poetry by E.A.M. Harris

  Courtesy of Doors and Meetings Not Planned
November 21, 2018

It Runs Deeply by Annie Carter

Poetry by Annie Carter
November 20, 2018

Martin Nathan Discusses Writing about landscape

Martin Nathan looks at the use of online tools to construct landscapes in fiction