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1. Write about ‘procrastination’. If you cannot write about ‘procrastination’ then write about what you got up to instead writing about procrastination!

2. Alternatively, write a letter to be left inside a library book. The letter should only refer to first names and appear to be a real letter revealing an intriguing slice of a fictional life. Bonus points if the next reader of the book tries to find out who you are so they can return the letter to you.


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September writing challenge.
Challenge: “Why I write”
Any format, but touching somehow on your own unique compulsion to write!WhyIWrite

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In art a triptych is commonly an altar screen, with the crucifixion seen in the central panel and the two side panels often showing images of saints or patrons as if they were witnessing the crucifixion.

In writing (or any other art) you may use a triptych for any of the following reasons:

To give the art a narrative in the beginning, middle, and end sense of a story.

To continue a theme along three pieces.

To examine a subject from multiple perspectives or with varying techniques.

To show the progression of a subject, such as its growth or decline.

To showcase three separate elements that are related and complement each other.

The August challenge is to write something about

” breaking, finding, mending”.

Extra points if you use a triptych in some way.

Or, you can write about something completely different!


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VividMemoryOfHomeOur June writing challenge is on the subject of “vivid memories of home.”


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February writing challenge: “Something Crisp” – possibly subject matter (fried potato slices, artist’s models etc) but certainly in style – no flab or excess).



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Our December meeting has been moved to Wednesday, 7th December. It will start at 8 pm at the Old Bucks Head, Frankwell.

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It’s too darn hot!

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