After a successful year, Lucy Writers is welcoming 2020 with a new theme and plenty of arts review opportunities

After a successful year of exceptional reviews, features, interviews and creative writing, Lucy Writers is welcoming 2020 with a new theme and plenty of arts review opportunities.

We have press tickets available from Tate Modern, Royal Academy, Barbican, Sadler's Wells and many many more arts organisations on everything from the most anticipated exhibitions of the year to dance and theatre festivals around the UK.

In addition to our reviews, they will be publishing interviews with wonderful award-winning writers in the next two months

Whether you're an established or completely new writer, we'd love to hear from you.

As well as press tickets, we offer editorial support and further writing opportunities outside of our strong arts review section. We are also dedicated to promoting the work of our writers, many of whom have gone on to write for other platforms like Indy Voices, gal-dem, Vogue, Broadly, the Arts Desk, review 31 and The Guardian, and several of our writers were shortlisted for creative writing and journalism competitions.

We also welcome features, essays, creative writing and reviews under our new theme, Night / Shift, which seeks to reclaim night as a feminist zone, one which liberates women from the restrictions and codifications of the day (see some of our content under this theme here). We are open to submissions that lie-outside of this theme also.

We particularly welcome new writers from the Lucy Cavendish College international community. We're dedicated to uplifting the creative and critical voices of women and non-binary writers around the world, so please write to us and be part of the Lucy Writers community.

Submissions: lucywritersplatformlcc@gmail.com

General Inquiries: hannah.hutchings-georgiou.16@ucl.ac.uk

About Lucy Writers

Lucy Writers is an online platform showcasing the very best writing and art work from women and non-binary creatives all over the world. In collaboration with Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge, the platform brings together Lucy students, alumnae and fellows, as well as creatives from outside the college community. Lucy Writers welcomes submissions from women and non-binary writers irrespective of whether they’re an established or new-to-the-writing-desk writer. We want to hear from you; let Lucy Writers be the space, room and home for your words.