The Pin Board: Doors ajar by Sarah Skinner

When is a door not a door?… When it’s ajar… A JAR!

Our new logo has led us all a bit jar-crazy down at Alliterati HQ but it gave us inspiration for a our first weekly theme: Doors!

And with that let me introduce to you:
The Alliterati Pin Board! A weekly page of ideas, inspiration and general chitchat to help get your creative juices flowing and keep Alliterati new and exciting in between those much anticipated issues!

Already a whopping 2,509 of you have visited the site and we want to make sure you keep coming back for more.

From dolls house doors to big castle gates there is normally something lurking outside. But don’t be put off, if your door leads to a wall of bricks you can still submit – our themes are just there to get you thinking!

Call for submissions: There’s still a bit space, hurry!

We still have a bit space on Issue 3, and we are opened for submissions until the end of the year. Loving those related to this theme, or any you have there, kept in the jar, for us to see! Don’t miss out on having your piece showcased in Alliterati’s brand new issue! More info here.

What’s happening?

Blackout – Dan Holdsworth – The Baltic 12 Nov ’10 – 20 Feb ’11
‘…an other worldly vision of the future’

New Writing North is looking for volunteers for their Young Writer’s Group

The Cultural Innovation Fund is looking for people with ideas

There’s still time to submit to Holland Park Press’ short story competition: Living under the Fire

You can submit now your script for the 2011 24:7 Theatre Festival

Webs we like:


Helium from our very own resident artist, Neringa Stonyte.

Word of the Week
Peep verb
‘to secretly look at something for a short time, usually through a hole.’
(Cambridge Dictionaries Online)

Lots of Alliterati love,
Sarah Skinner

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