Unslush is a weekly newsletter packed with exciting links for writers who want to improve their craft and build an audience.

Written and published by author, Iain Broome.

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  • Curated links: Every issue includes links to the best writing-related articles, videos and other exciting content on the internet.

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  • Behind the scenes: Unslush is published by a real author with real problems that you can read about and quietly nod along with.

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There is more on the way too. If you want an idea of what’s in the pipeline, read this intro post on why Unslush is on Substack and what you can expect.

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Unslush Weekly is published by Iain Broome (👋), author of the novel, A is for Angelica. He also happens to run his own freelance content studio, which makes him one of those many published authors with a full-time job. You could do much worse than follow him on Twitter.

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Author of the novel, A is for Angelica. Freelance writer and content designer at Very Meta. Sender of emails.