24th September 2018

TSS Publishing is on the hunt for a Photography Judge & Editor for 2019. We may select more than one.

From 2019 we would like to begin publishing photography, on a weekly / monthly basis, that tells a story.

Terms and conditions can be discussed, but please note the position would be remote. We are looking for an individual who would be excited to share exceptional pieces of work with a wide audience.

There is ample room to explore the role and to take the lead in developing new projects as time goes on.

Please email for further details, to express interest, and outline any relevant experience. 

The hunt will be on until October 15th.



5th September 2018

TSS Publishing is delighted to welcome Sophie van Llewyn as our Resident Flash Fiction Writer. Sophie will be with us for six months and over this time she will be exploring Flash Fiction in a series of essays, exclusive to TSS, with emphasis on craft and publication.

Sophie van Llewyn was born in Romania. She now lives in Germany. Her prose has been published by Ambit, the 2017 & 2018 NFFD Anthologies, New Delta Review, Banshee, New South Journal etc. and has been placed in various competitions – including TSS (you can read her Flash Fiction ‘The Cesarean’ here). Her novella-in-flash, ‘Bottled Goods,’ set against the backdrop of communist Romania, is available from Fairlight Books




25th August 2018


TSS Publishing is delighted to welcome two new editors on board as we open up to publishing Creative Non-Fiction.

We are extremely exited to begin this new journey and to have such talented people joining the team.

Further announcements relating to the CNF submission process will be announced in due course.


Rachael Smart has a thing about words. Part-poet, part-prosateur, she has an MA in Creative Writing from The University of Nottingham and is thigh-deep in a hybrid collection about discontinued lipsticks. Rachael has a therapeutic perspective of creative non-fiction. She has undertaken life story work in child protection and researched the benefits of storytelling with unaccompanied asylum seeking children. She has also facilitated life writing workshops with vulnerable adults. Rachael writes for The Motherload and helps coordinate their book club. She reviews books for STORGY. She rides a retro bike [with a basket.]

You can find her on Twitter: @SmartRachael


Dr. Yvonne Battle-Felton is an American writer living in Lancaster, UK. A writer of fiction and Creative Nonfiction, her writing has been published in riverSedge, Assisi, Not Somewhere Else But Here: A Contemporary Anthology of Women and Place, Welter, Slices, and The Chesapeake Reader Literary Journal. Winner of a Northern Writers Award in fiction (2017), her first novel, Remembered (forthcoming 2019), is the story of an emancipated slave haunted by both the past and the present as she struggles to lead her dying son home. Yvonne’s practice-based research explores silence, legacies of slavery, motherhood, and community. Her novel will be published by Dialogue Books of Little, Brown Group (Hachette) in February 2019. Yvonne was shortlisted for the Words and Women Competition (2017) and commended for children’s writing in the Faber Andlyn BAME (FAB) Prize (2017). Yvonne is represented by the Elise Dillsworth agency and holds an MA in Writing (Dual Concentration fiction and nonfiction) from Johns Hopkins University and a Creative Writing PhD from Lancaster University. She has been an Associate Professor at UMUC and is an Associate Lecturer at Lancaster University and a Lecturer at University of Cumbria. Yvonne is a creative producer, writer, and is co-founder and co-Director of North West Literary Arts CIC. Yvonne is co-creator of the North West Literary Salon, a monthly literary event featuring local writers, musicians and food; Stories at the Storey, a monthly true-story open mic night, and Off the Page, interdisciplinary creative writing workshops as well as founder of The Writing Life radio show. She aims to increase diversity in publishing and to build community one story at a time.