Tuesday, April 6, 2021



This delightful English language anthology of literary fiction comprises the winning entries for the 2018, 2019 and 2020 Waterloo Festival Writing Competitions. The themes were, respectively, To Be... To Become, Transforming Being and Transforming Communities. We chose these because they tell a good story, have a strong voice, and are imaginative in their interpretation of the theme. The writers present us with characters that are believable and rounded. The stories all contain a pleasing narrative balance.

Here see stories of transformational culture and community life in these 21st century vignettes.    

Entrants were asked to produce a short story or a monologue in 1,000 words or fewer. Less is certainly more here. Style is diverse and each story is completely different from the others.

These stories were celebrated at Waterloo events.   

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Mehreen Ahmed, Gail Aldwin, Michael Baez, BN Bookmark, Christopher Bowles, Amelia Brown, J S Brown, Beverley Byrne, Maxine Churchman, Jeanne Davies, Jo Dearden, Linda Flynn, Anne Forrest, Jenny Gibson, Katie Granger, Jessica Joy, Dawn Knox, Sinéad Kennedy, Krebs, Irene Lofthouse, Rosaleen Lynch, Madeleine McDonald, Linda Morse, James Morton, Julia Norman, Daniel Paton, Helen Price, Alison Rayner, Paula R C Readman, Hannah Retallick,
Louise Rimmer, Theresa Sainsbury, Allison Symes, Marion Turner, Yvonne Walus.  
ISBN: 978-1-910542-08-8

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