The A3 Review (A Foldout Magazine)

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The A3 ReviewThe A3 Review is a magazine that behaves like a map and is created by the people who make Writing Maps. The prose, poetry and artwork in The A3 Review is compiled from the winning entries of a monthly writing contest. Two winners per month, over six months, are then published in the magazine. The A3 Review is published twice a year.

Winning entries make up a shortlist of 12 writers and artists who are then in the running for cash prizes: 1st = £250, 2nd = £150, and 3rd = £75.

The A3 Review launched in September 2014 and is edited by the writer Shaun Levin.

You can order a copy of The A3 Review here.

Everything in The A3 Review is written in response to a themed monthly contest. Word limit is 150. It’s quick and short and intense, and we aim to keep publishing brief and energetic work in a format that’s easy to carry around.The A3 Review Issue 2

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