Awesome Gila Monster! Artistic Gene Manipulation! Alarmingly Green Mutants! AGM!!! Come along and hear some news and find out the winners of the Flash Fiction competition.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our latest competition which requires entrants to go a little 'old school' and write a letter to someone who influenced you in some way.
First place in our local history writing competition and winner of the Joan Stephenson Trophy.
Second place winner in our recent local history writing competition.
Winner of 3rd place in our recent local history writing competition.
Fosseway Writers had a very successful couple of days at Newark Book Festival (14-15 July 2018) where we basked in sunshine and literature.
Leanne Moden is a poet, performer, writer, workshop leader, compère and event organiser, currently living in Nottingham, and we asked her to judge our Poetry Competition. Thankfully, she said yes and also agreed to a little interview about her background, her tastes in poetry and her thoughts on the competition and winners.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our annual Flash Fiction competition on the theme of ‘JOURNEY’. This year you've got a massive 200 words to play with, but remember: this is a limit, not a target! If you can nail the perfect 'Journey' micro story or vignette in 50 words, perhaps that's…
You've still got a few hours to get your stories about Newark winging their way into our inbox. The official deadline is midnight tonight, Friday 18th May. However... ...we won't actually have time to access the inbox until the afternoon of Sunday 20th. This is nothing to do with any weddings or football matches, honest!…
Yes, just two days left to send us your short stories for our open writing competition especially for those lovely people living in and around Newark-on-Trent. All you have to do is pick a moment (or several, if you can squeeze them in) from Newark’s past and write a short story (1500 words for adults,…