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The Swell by Jessica Mookherjee (Telltale Press)

The title of the opening poem in Jessica Mookherjee’s short collection is ‘Snapshot’ and the poem opens with an assertion:

“There is photographic evidence
of when she shifted her gaze, 565 more words

English Poetry

Poetry pamphlet review: Girl by Ella D. Gajic

I’ve mentioned before that all my flatmates are incredibly talented, and today I am presenting a poetry pamphlet by one of them: Ella D. Gajic.  501 more words

Review

The Origin of An Earthquake Awareness Pamphlet

We were tasked to make a brochure/flyer about Earthquake Readiness. In making our flyer, we first thought about on what to put on our title page, then we came up on an idea where the theme should be a bit suspicious or shocking. 423 more words

Disaster

Southern Horrors: Lynch Law in All Its Phases by Ida B. Wells-Barnett (1892)

This leaflet is a chilling reminder of America’s past when lynchings were commonplace. The author cited multiple newspaper articles that apologized for and encouraged the lynchings without trial. 118 more words

1890-1899

The Great Taxicab Robbery by James H. Collins (1912)

Here is a glimpse into the daily routine of New York Police Department and the lives of a band of criminals over a hundred years ago. 180 more words

1910-1919

P4A 2016 Poetry Edition

Once again it’s time for the annual Project for Awesome, a brilliant charity event where online creators and their fans unite to raise money and try to decrease the amount of worldsuck (exactly what you think it is…basically everything 2016!) 310 more words

Words

Remembering The Somme

Members of Worcester Writers’ Circle contributed poetry and prose for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Living Memory project about the Somme. The Battle of the Somme lasted from July to November 1916 so we look back 100 years to commemorate the fallen, especially those who died after the battle as a result of wounds suffered during action or due to the Spanish Flu which claimed many lives. 217 more words

Worcester Writers' Circle