We've written a book called "Burning Old School Ties"! Members of Fosseway Writers have produced a collaborative novel set in Newark: eight authors, eight voices, eight intertwined tales within one story focused on one night.
On Thursday 6 June we'll be welcoming Sara Bullimore back to Knights Court to give us more details of what's on at the Festival this year.
Invest in henchmen, buy some heavy duty weaponry and get a fluffy white cat to stroke inside a secret base. Hang on. That's the 'Survive Brexit' folder. Ahh, here's the AGM news... After hearing the results of the Flash Fiction competition (more on that later), we worked through the agenda and listened to the Treasurer's…
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.
We're delighted to announce the launch of our new anthology of short stories and poems. The Title "Gobstoppers, Shrimps and Sour Monkeys" plays on the fact that these are small and tasty treats: some will leave you unable to speak, some are tiny and some may not be what you expect. Much like someone else's bag of pick & mix.
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,…