Tuesday, 23 November 2010

National Short Story Week is here - now

What are you doing for National Short Story Week, UK writers?

Writing short stories or reading them? Both, I hope.

However you are planning to mark this exciting inaugural week of the short story, if you can make it to Hertfordshire on Thursday 25th November do come along to the Open Mic Night at The Goat public house in Sopwell Lane, St Albans.

The event is part of the National Short Story Week contribution of Verulam Writers' Circle. You'll find the full details on the VWC website, here.

Regrettably, unless you've already booked, you're too late to read, but please do come and listen.

The packed programme will include contributions from so many talented – and largely –published writers from VWC and  other local writers' groups that I can't possibly list them all here.

In fairness, I must inform you that there is a downside – there always is – in this case the downside is a reading from me. But please don't let that deter you. The readings are only three minutes each, so you can always slip out for a comfort break when my name is called.

See you there, I hope.

Good writing