The summer is nearly over and we're all looking forward to the delights of autumn, crisp leaves underfoot, pumpkin spice lattes, and of course, the biggest highlights of the literary year - Bristol Festival of Literature, and BristolCon. (c) Dmitriy - stock.adobe.com North Bristol Writers have been busy writing some great new stories for our … Continue reading August News
Author Pete Sutton, whose recent books include Seven Deadly Swords and A Tiding of Magpies, resurrects an old but very useful essay by linguistics expert Winston Weathers. © Orna Wachman - via Pixabay Right. There’s a book called: “Contemporary Essays on Style.” Which was published decades ago, before I was even born, so it’s a … Continue reading The Rhetoric Of The Series
July was a quiet month for the NBW as many prepare for our upcoming event during Bristol's Festival of Literature (more details soon). However, Amanda Staples has had her short story, Papier-Mâché Doll, published by FairLight Books. It is available online, just click the story title to read.
Some great links to click on this month including free reads, interviews, and prizes. Kevlin Henney has had the following flash fiction published: Foreshadow Play (publisher: Kasma Magazine), Evenfall (publisher: 365tomorrows), First Loser (published as part of National Flash Fiction Day's 2019 FlashFlood), Board in the Library has been included in the National Flash Fiction … Continue reading June Fanfare
We’ve stormed through the first half of 2019 already, so here are what some of your favourite writers have been up to so far this year. A selection of B Anne Adriaens’ poems from her forthcoming poetry collection, Transcient, have been published in the Glasgow Review of Books and accepted for inclusion in The Blue … Continue reading Your Favourite Writers and Where To Find Them
We are excited to announce that our latest anthology of short stories, Tales from the Graveyard will launch at the beautiful and haunting Arnos Vale Cemetery on Sat 2nd March 2019. The event is open to all, so come along and join us for a glass of wine and nibbles, enjoy some chilling readings and … Continue reading Tales From The Graveyard Book Launch – 2nd March 2019
For Bristol Festival of Literature 2017, North Bristol Writers put together a collection of tales for a reading at Arnos Vale Cemetery, on the theme of Graveyards. Hooked by the seemingly endless inspiration to be found between the headstones and mausoleums, the collective went on to expand the collection into a new anthology of 16 … Continue reading Tales From The Graveyard – Cover Reveal