AN ACTIVITY FOR ANYONE WHO WISHES TO TAKE PART DURING THIS UNUSUAL TIME
A COVID 19 SURVIVOR REPORTED SAYING HE WAS NOW USING EACH OF HIS SENSES AS IF HE WAS EXPERIENCING THINGS FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME.
In 'A Tree Grows in Brooklyn', Beth Smith wrote "Look at everything as if you were seeing it for the first time or the last time".
Now globally we are experiencing ways of life we've not experienced before, presenting an opportunity to put into words (journal, verse, short story or play,poetry) how these events have inspired you.
If you would like to share them please send them to John Simmonds at email@example.com
Venue: Sunnyfield House - Alternate Wednesdays - normally 1 pm -3.00 pm (occasionally 12- 2.00 pm to avoid clashes with general `get- together` monthly meetings).
Activity Charge: £1
There are vacancies. Contact the Group Coordinator, John, on 634575, or using the link on the side bar. Or join at our monthly meeting.
Further details: We are a small friendly group, who meet once a fortnight for a couple of hours to share and discuss our most recently written pieces. These include short stories, real experiences, memories, poems, novels linked to publication. (At the moment no one is writing plays,or material for the media in any format.)
The discussion is friendly, positive - in the form of ideas, suggestions, advice on possible further editing.
It is not a teaching but a sharing session so there is no formal instruction and no pressure to produce on demand. The creative muse settles where she will.