Worcester Writers’ Circle is pleased to display the certificate received for contributions to the ‘Remember Together’ project organised by Big Ideas and the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
The photos show members of Worcester Writers’ Circle following readings from the two Big Ideas pamphlets compiled this year: The Unremembered Of World War One, and Motherhood, Loss And World War One. Enjoyable evenings for all concerned. Especial thanks to the contributors. A small number of pamphlets remain available, apply to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 18 September and it’s the Annual General Meeting of Worcester Writers’ Circle. This is the evening that Circle officers are elected for the coming year, reports are produced for last year, subs are paid, food and drink shared and a good time had by all.
If you’d like to come along and perhaps become a member of the circle, please email email@example.com Come and see if we are what you are looking for…guests are always welcome.
The annual subscription is £18.
Mike Alma and Polly Stretton
Mike and Polly had a stall at the ‘Worcestershire Remembers WWI’ exhibition at The Guildhall in Worcester 4 August 2018. Mike took along copies of ‘Voices of 1919’ and ‘Fragments of the Great War–My Family at War’ and Polly copies of the three anthologies compiled to celebrate the 100 years since the Great War.
The exhibition was well-attended and it was good to see so many visitors interested in and talking about the poetry and prose on display.
Wonderful to learn that Mark’s play ‘Cinderella’s Sisters…happy ever after?’ will be performed in California later this year. Well done, Mark. Good news about Mark’s little furry friends, the two bears, too! Here’s what Mark said:
It goes without saying that this book is the perfect Christmas gift! Circle member Dennis Loynes has had his children’s novel Santa’s Challenges published and it’s available via Amazon. Click here to get your copy.
Go on! Get into the Christmas spirit! 🙂
David Bassett, a wildlife writer from Hampshire is currently in the process of collating flash fiction pieces that when together, will form an anthology based on wildlife issues entitled ‘Wild Voices’. When completed, all proceeds of this anthology will be donated to wildlife charities in order to raise money for threatened species, their protectors and the fight against the extinction.