On 3rd October 2017, we (the Oldbury Writing Group) attended the Made in Oldbury exhibition preview where our creative writing newspaper curated by Brendan Jackson was launched. This was the second time we have worked with Brendan. Our first being the West Bromwich at War reading where we read stories and poems from our anthology titled From Sunrise to Sunset.
On the 7th May 2017, I (and the Oldbury Writing Group) had the pleasure of attending the PowWow Festival of Writing for the third time. Yes, the third time. As always, the festival was held in the beer garden at the Prince of Wales pub in Moseley. Over the years there have been literary agents, publishers, novelists, scriptwriters, etc. attending
On Saturday 6th May 2017, we (the Oldbury Writing Group) took part in the Museum of Cannock Chase’s VE Day Celebration to promote our World War Two anthology titled From Sunrise to Sunset. As I mentioned in my ‘From Sunrise to Sunset Book Launch – My Experience’ post, last year we went to this VE Day event, and because we
On Saturday 22nd April, we (The Oldbury Writing Group) launched our first anthology titled From Sunrise to Sunset at the Oldbury Library. From Sunrise to Sunset is a World War Two anthology of poems and short stories. During the event, we each read some of our pieces from the anthology. I read three poems: ‘The Forgotten Army’, ‘Ravensbrück Rabbit’, and