Self Publishing Journeys

Episode 77: Morgen Bailey

Morgen BaileyEpisode 77, release date Monday 21st August, 2017

Morgen Bailey is a multi-genre author, freelance editor, tutor, Writers’ Forum magazine columnist, blogger, speaker, competition judge / host, and co-founder of Northants Authors.

Morgen will be one of the 2018 NAWG Fest tutors with her ‘Editing your Fiction’ weekend residential course.

The former Chair of three writing groups, she has judged the H.E. Bates Short Story Competition, RONE, as well as the BBC Radio 2, BeaconLit and Althorp Children’s Literary Festival 500-word short story competitions.

She also runs her own 100-word competition and, when not online, she edits other authors’ books, reads, walks as much as she can, and somewhere in between all that she writes.

Find Out More:

1) Author web page:

2) Editor web page:

3) Tutor web page:

4) Blogging content:

5) Speaker info:

6) Follow Morgen on Twitter:

7) Follow Morgen on Facebook:

Interview Talking Points:

1) Sally Spedding, who taught Morgen at that first session:

2) Crime & Publishment event:

3) NaNoWriMo:

4) Smashwords:

5) Harrogate Crime Writing Festival:

6) Bailey's Writing Tips: [Now closed]

7) I Should Be Writing podcast:

8) Bloodhound Books:

9) Morgen's ‘Writer For Hire' page:

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[July 2] Episode 118: Wendy Jones/Scottish Crime Writer Find out more

[August 6th] Episode 119: Debbie Young/Cosy Crime Writer & ALLi blog editor Find out more

[Sept 3rd] Episode 120: Peter Mortimer/Poet, Playwright, Author & Publisher Find out more

Podcast diaries continue weekly over summer, interviews resume regularly with episode 241 on Monday 1st October 2018

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