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the last stage

First proper attempt at flash fiction!

So after the Writers Victoria Flash Fiction workshop a few days ago, I got out my draft pieces from the workshop and worked on them a little bit more. 377 more words

Melbourne

flash fiction fun

An amazing day of fabulous writing in the company of awesome writers!

A chilly Melbourne Monday morning; rush in the air as everyone hastily makes their way to work with an extreme sense of urgency, there I was… standing at the steps of the… 277 more words

Melbourne

Captives, by Angela Meyer

In one of Angela Meyer’s stories, a man is trapped in a toilet and may never get out. Like him we are captives – we cannot escape who we are. 533 more words

Fiction

Anonymous book reviews don’t foster our literary culture - The Conversation

The new Saturday Paper publishes anonymous book reviews and, occasionally, reviews by identified critics. That anonymity was a much-discussed feature when the paper launched in March, and the debate continues. 911 more words

The Writerly Reader Blog

Urgh, Writing: A BOOK OF MINE IS GOING TO BE A REAL THING!!!!!

I’ve known about this for a few weeks now, but I haven’t felt like I can make it ‘blog post official’ yet. I’ve felt like maybe at some point someone will be like ‘no, we made a mistake, your short stories are godawful, we thought you had a cookbook?’ But I’ve spent the day working on the first round of edits on my manuscript, so I suppose it is now time for me to be Officially Excited. 406 more words

5 Stars

Where Hope Starts


Karen Marino’s life is a nightmare. The New York City restaurant manager is a professional success, but her marriage is in shambles. When her husband, Barry shows up drunk at her restaurant, she loses both. 273 more words

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