Writing4all - The Best of 2011


    Capital punishment, hitchhiking, learning the craft of writing, being young, being old, communism, road accidents, rubber testicles, longing, thinking, loving, lying, cheating, crying, loneliness, depression, childbirth, hate, family, school, poison, the future, death, life, study, women and men, violence, fear, reading, writing, re-writing, drugs, memory, nature, letters, dreams, voices, and the things we can't forget, the things that need to be written down.

    This anthology contains all this and, naturally, a lot, lot more. Featuring the winners of the monthly writing competitions on writing4all.ie, this collection of fiction, non-fiction and poetry captures the passions, fears and hopes that permeate all our lives. It is also a testament to the great writing that’s being created by emerging authors of all nationalities, backgrounds, and ages...

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    Number of Pages: 116
    Format(s): Ebook - ISBN: 9781782370741
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    Listed in: Poetry, Poetry anthologies (various poets), Anthologies, Short stories, Humour collections & anthologies
    Publisher: Original Writing

    Books by Various Authors

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