“A distinct literary voice.”
Bringing you personal essays about the meanderings of life.
About the author:
I’m a writer and visual artist based in Edinburgh. I studied playwriting at the University of Arts in Berlin and my first book of essays “Things I Have Noticed” was published in 2020. My second book of essays “Things I Have Loved” just came out!
You can get my books here.
If you want to get a more visual insight into my life you can follow me on Instagram: @sophiahembeck
What is the Muse Letter about?
I write personal essays, short or longer observations on the quotidian, pop culture, and sometimes I interview interesting artists. I started the Muse Letter in May 2020 during the turbulent times of the first lockdown to inspire and feel connected to the outside world.
The Muse Letter is driving on artistic excellence, read all about it here.
What is for free subscribers?
Occasional public posts, are highly limited. I believe that art must be cherished, and thus be paid for. If you believe that, too, see what is for paying subscribers. xx
What is for paying subscribers?
With a paid subscription you get the monthly Sunday Muse Letter and irregular long-form essays, that are published when they are ready.
You also get to read the special essay series’ only for paying subscribers that are published through the year, e.g. the Glimpse of Summer series and you have access to the archives which are mostly paywalled.
Plus: discounts on museletterpublishing.com x eternal gratitude.
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THE MUSE LETTER is always on the lookout to support fresh, new voices.
Please submit your best nonfiction and nonfiction only. I am interested in literary essays and memoir. Please submit only one essay at a time. Essays should be between 1200 and 3000 words. It may take up to ten weeks to respond but I will respond to all submissions. Please provide a short biography of 150 - 300 words and list your social media handles/website etc..
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