Why Write? by Keith Gray

Why Write? by Keith Gray

Photo by Ron Lach at Pexels Why Write  By Keith Gray We’re writers because we write. That’s the only qualification you need to be a writer: writing. Not all of us will be published. But that should never be the one and only end goal for a writer. For better or worse...
Fairy in a Jar by Jan McLeod

Fairy in a Jar by Jan McLeod

Writing inspired by the SWC creative writing prompt: The Fairy Your child/niece/nephew/neighbour’s kid brings home a fairy in a jar. It’s really pleased with its find. You’re not. Why not? Fairy in a Jar By Jan McLeod He was a wild child always...
Meet You at Your Vantage Point by Dagmar Bayer

Meet You at Your Vantage Point by Dagmar Bayer

Writing inspired by the SWC creative writing prompt: The Previous OccupantWho lived in the space you are in right now before you? Do you know about them?If not, imagine a story explaining the scratch on the bedroom door frame, the cracked bathroom tile or the blue...
The Forgotten Phone by Caroline Stevenson

The Forgotten Phone by Caroline Stevenson

Writing inspired by the SWC creative writing prompt: What happened the last time you forgot your cell phone at home? The Forgotten Phone By Caroline Stevenson I am a free spirit, on condition that I always have my Handy, my mobile, my cell phone  ̶  or however you...
Apricity by Sarah Roos-Essl

Apricity by Sarah Roos-Essl

Writing inspired by the SWC creative writing prompt: Apricity is a noun meaning ‘the warmth of the sun in wintertime’. Use it as a title for a story or a poem. Apricity By Sarah Roos-Essl (Then) With few exceptions, 365 days a year, there was warm sun by noon and...