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Greenacre Writers have had another busy year.
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Greenacre Writers Round-up of 2017
Greenacre Writers has had another busy year, in April Ingrid Jendrzejewski , ran a flash
fiction workshop ‘Writing the Iceburgs Tops’. The course covered how we can craft floes of compressed
prose that may look tiny on the page but still have the power to s...
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This is a book that will arouse your curiosity because it takes you into a future with exciting possibilities.
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When Rainbows Cry by Rae Stoltenkamp
Review by Greenacre Writer   Vasundra Jackison This is a sequel to Rae Stoltenkamp’s science fiction novel Where Rainbows Hide. Set in the domed world of the future, the story time-travels through the centuries, taking the reader on a fascinating journey fu...
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A Conversation with Rosie Fiore
Rosie Fiore was born and grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa. She studied drama at the University of the Witwatersrand and has worked as a writer for theatre, television, magazines, advertising, comedy and the corporate market.  She has lived in London si...
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"I think black and female and disabled and LGBT characters should just be 'characters' and they are mine. Perhaps I should ‘diversify’ by writing more white straight men."
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A Conversation With Leone Ross
Leone
Ross is a novelist, short story writer, editor, journalist and academic.
She was born in England and grew up in Jamaica. Her first novel, All The Blood Is Red was long-listed for
the Orange Prize, her second novel, Orange
Laughter was chosen as a BBC ...
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"I was fascinated by the writer’s real-life disappearance in December 1926, when her abandoned car was found in Surrey and she went missing for 11 days, before she was discovered at a hotel in Harrogate."
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A Conversation with Andrew Wilson
Andrew Wilson is the highly acclaimed author of biographies of Patricia Highsmith, Sylvia Plath and Alexander McQueen. His first novel, The Lying Tongue , was published in 2007. His journalism has appeared in the Guardian , the Daily Telegraph , the Observe...
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"I think it’s important to acknowledge that eighteenth century London was not entirely populated by straight white men, and in my writing I want to place value on all sorts of people’s lives."
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