Writing inspired by the SWC creative writing prompt: Write about a pallbearer. How heavy is the coffin they are carrying? Pallbearers By Paul Malone Sometimes we are pallbearers, Carrying the casket of disappointment, For the story that never made it. We give it up to...
Writing inspired by the SWC creative writing prompt: ‘An Astonishing Cure For Loneliness’ Use this title to inspire a story or a poem. An Astonishing Cure For Loneliness By Gabrielle Clover Sitting in a cafe Surrounded by strangers Solitude rises on the steam Of my...
Podcast interview and poetry by Tamara Raidt https://sundaywritersclub.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/November-Podcast-with-Tamara-Raidt.mp3 Four Wishes By Tamara Raidt I once received four brand new wishes, wrapped up in my postbox. It was some new company’s stunt...
Writing inspired by the SWC creative writing prompt: Who was your first kiss? How was your first kiss? First Kiss By Tamara Raidt I didn’t like my first kiss: this is the first thing I reminisce. Strange how the intention (or here, the non-intention), is stronger than...
This week we’re excited to present three terrific poems written by participants at our very first official creative writing workshop. Tutored by Australian poet John Malone, writers at the “Red Pencil Sharpener” workshop crafted poems about everyday things seen...
Photo by Jo Arounding on Unsplash Listen to our latest podcast here: An interview with Sunday Writers’ Club Vienna-based member Stephen Cuthbertson. Enjoy also listening to Stephen reading his poem “The Labyrinth” (published below). You can also...
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