SWC final creative writing session 2019 at Ferrari Caffe und Pasticerria in Vienna A big thank you to everyone who attended our final creative writing session for 2019 at Ferrari Caffe und Pasticerria in Vienna. Being the final session for the year, we tried something a little different and made it a collaborative writing session.… Continue reading Our final creative writing session for 2019
Discovering Papa By Connie Phlipot My mom used to say that any piece of paper that entered her mother’s house never left it. She carried on that tradition — out of respect for my grandmother or more likely from inertia. Envelopes of grocery store slips, never-used coupons for canned tomatoes, to-do lists. Bills marked “Paid”… Continue reading Discovering Papa
A whimsical story of magical friendship by Jon Pickering.
Kira set the cardboard box on the floor. Tape had not stuck well — the air had been too humid — so she had tied a twine around the box. Now the knot had tightened to an impossible-to-break lock. She looked around the room for scissors or a knife. Workmen had left a sharp tool… Continue reading Melted Candle by Connie Phlipot
No trick! Here's a nostalgic Halloween treat from Connie Phlipot.
This week's post title sounds like a story title in itself, but actually it's an intriguing composition of the following two stories: Hell is by Laura Weichselbaumer and The Lost Leg by Caroline Stevenson We hope you enjoy reading both these stories written by two very talented Sunday writers. Hell is By Laura Weichselbaumer Photo… Continue reading Hell is The Lost Leg
‘There was a fox on the road, I nearly ran over the poor little fellow. Luckily I was inching along in the car because of the fog out. He just stepped out of the ditch in front of me, I’d say he thought he would have the road to himself in those early hours, he’s… Continue reading The Fox by Emma Downey