The Eildon Tree & Writers Groups
The latest issue of The Eildon Tree is out now!
The Eildon Tree is a creative writing magazine produced by Arts Development.
What to expect from the Eildon Tree:
Inside you'll find the very best poetry and prose from the Scottish Borders and beyond
Reviews, articles and interviews that cover the wide and varied field of what is happening in the writing world today
This reflects our aims of bringing Borders writing to the world and vice versa
Where to get a copy of The Eildon Tree?
The latest issue of the magazine is now available. You can pick one up in our libraries and a wide range of outlets throughout the Borders.
Get yours today and read the very best poetry, prose, reviews, articles and interviews.
Submit your work to Eildon tree
Poems, short stories, non-fiction articles of local or national literary interest and short novel extracts are all welcome for consideration.
A maximum of 4 poems, stories or articles up to 3000 words
Electronic format: Arial pt12, single line spacing, unjustified margin
Book titles and quotes to be italicised, but without speech and quotation marks, unless specified in the text quoted
Include a brief biography, maximum 40 words
Please do not re-submit work which has been seen previously by the editors
Republishing the same author
We publish work by both emerging and established writers and strive to support the work of professional and aspiring writers. Due to the volume of submissions we receive, it is our policy not to publish work by the same contributor in consecutive issues to help make way for new writers. If your work has appeared in the Eildon Tree previously, please refrain from submitting further work until at least 2 issues have passed since your work was printed.
St Mary’s Mills, Level Crossing Road, Selkirk, TD7 5EW
Tel: 01750 726400
Borders writers' forums
These forums involve a group of published writers from across the Borders meeting regularly, hosting events and publishing anthologies. They are devoted to the very best contemporary writing from the Scottish Borders.
The forum organises workshops, writers' visits, and readings in support of our members' professional development. The forum also promotes the work of writers living and working in the Scottish Borders.
Do you write?
Are you published?
Do you want to make contact with other writers in the area, for support, advice, and social and literary activities?
We welcome new members. Our readings are open to everyone who wishes to take part, or spectate. Contact Iona MacGregor firstname.lastname@example.org
Eyemouth writers' group, Eyewrite, meets informally to encourage each other by offering their work for constructive criticism. We all write regularly and some of our work has been published.
We chat about writing and are very friendly. New members are welcome.
Contact Heather Johnston for further information on 01890 771 820.
Peebles Library writing group
Interested and enthusiastic about writing? Come along and bring your ideas.
The group meet every 4th Monday of the month, 10.30am-12.00pm.
*To find out the date of the next meeting date check the Peebles Library webpage.