Litopia’s founder Peter Cox is a best-selling writer, with two books charting at the No. 1 position of the national bestseller lists. He’s also a working literary agent representing some of today’s most respected authors, having negotiated publishing and media contracts for his clients worth many millions of dollars. And he’s accessible right here inside…

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As a Full Member of Litopia, you have a free ringside ticket to POP-UP SUBMISSIONS every week.  Exclusively for Litopians, the live chat room is an integral and vital part of each show. Air your views about each submission as it’s discussed.  Rub shoulders with your fellow members and publishing insiders as we look at…

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Away from the workface, we have plenty of quiet corners for you.  There’s the Back Room, for example.  A strictly private area for members, search engines rigorously excluded.  Say what you want, and delete it when you’re done. Then there’s the Writing Workshops. A place for you to give and receive essential feedback, confidentially. Control…

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We may be a “virtual” community, but our strength has been tempered through time.  Friendships are forged across continents. Mutual support is part of our ethos: writers need each other. You may be actively developing a project, or you may be in a fallow period. It doesn’t matter. You can still be a vital part…

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Coming soon from Litopia, the Internet’s oldest writing community: Short Story Hunters!  A weekly show featuring Flash Fiction stories drawn from Litopia’s Flash Club and also submitted directly by writers themselves via Litopia’s website.  If you love short stories – you’re in for a treat! Presented by Barbara and Jonny.

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Start a story that never began and won’t end, spreading like chill to everything made of words, the kind of release that comes from depriving your most often used senses and engaging the ones you neglected.

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A soldier reflects on a just-finished mission to systematically round up and expel those left behind in the small village of Khirbet Khizeh. Photo Gabriela Gleizer

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Interview with Todd Hasak-Lowy – author and translator of novels from Hebrew to English, including Dror Burstein’s Netanya – with digressions into Orly Castel-Bloom, Yaakov Shabtai, different kinds of literary culture and the novels they produce.

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