Monthly Archives: July 2013

Entry: Christian Writing in the Digital Age

Entered by Susan Sanderson. In the past writers could put forward their ideas in manuscript or print.  Copies were limited in number.  Manual typewriters, electric typewriters and word-processors have been joined (if not completely superseded) by computers and other devices

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Entry: Surfing and Fishing for the Modern Evangelist

Entered by Christine Barrett. I switched on the radio one Sunday morning to hear someone say that Christians shouldn’t be afraid of modern means of communication. I’ve no recollection who made the remark or why, but it lodged in my

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QUOTE: Meg Cabot

“Write the kind of story you would like to read. People will give you all sorts of advice about writing, but if you are not writing something you like, no one else will like it either.” ― Meg Cabot

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SPOTTED: Writing Magazine

Word is spreading.  Here Writing Magazine have picked up on our early press release…

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Quote: J.D. Salinger

To inspire us, let’s look to some great writers from the past. This week’s quote is from J.D. Salinger, author of The Catcher in the Rye: What really knocks me out is a book that, when you’re all done reading it, you

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Entry: Ultimate beta-reader…

Entered by Christine McIntosh, aka blethers. You’re a blogger. You love to communicate, and you have contacts all over the world in various fields. Strangers come up to you in crowded places – educational conferences, church services in strange cathedrals: “It’s Chris,

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#Digifaith Competition Open

So, the competition is OPEN, and there’s more information to come, but we’re pleased to announce that part of the First Prize bundle will include a free place at #Medialit14 (excluding accommodation). CODEC, based at Durham University, explores the interfaces between

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Competition ClosesOctober 7th, 2013
Get your blog posts in on time!
What’s all this?

A blog post writing competition on the theme of Christian Writing in a Digital Age.

Entrants should write a blog post reflecting on the theme of no more than 450 words. Each post should include something to do with writing, something to do with faith and something to do with the digital age.

Entries should be emailed to

Deadline is October 7th 2013.

Click on the 'Competition' tab for more details.

This blog is managed by Bex Lewis (of the BIGBible Project) and Lucy Mills (of the Association of Christian Writers).

As this is a competition, 'entry' content is under the control of individual writers and is posted as it is sent to us. We take no responsibility for opinions, quality or amending typos!

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