Only 4 days to go until I see my 200 word Microlit story up in lights at the Newcastle Writers Festival!
4 finalists were chosen in the Festival’s inaugural Microlit competition in partnership with publisher Spineless Wonders. My story is one of the finalists! Very exciting!
Richard Holt, visual artist, and actor, Eleni Schumacher, have recorded and created a special visual presentation of each of the final micro-stories to be shown at the free session Short and Sweet: the Art of Microlit on Saturday, 2 April, from 4.30pm in the Hunter Room in Newcastle City Hall.
You’re all invited!
Good luck Karen Fingers crossed
Currently working with Diana Giese on my fathers bio. Lot of work but well on the way Cheers Phil murray
I wondered how you were going with your father’s biography. Hard work, but rewarding I suspect.
This is so exciting Karen….I hope it all goes well for you……I hope you post a report for us to read…..
It is exciting! Thanks, Michael. I will let you know how it goes.
Congratulations it is well deserved Karen. I’ll be there to see it all with bells on. Hope to see you the winner.
Thanks, Marg. I’m so glad you can come!
Am so looking forward to seeing the visual representation of your story, Karen (and of course, the others also). Fingers and toes crossed!
Thank you, Diana! So glad you’re coming! See you there.
Congratulations and I’m looking forward to the presentation. I’ll have champagne ready… just in case …. feeling confident!
Ha, thanks, Maree! A movie and bubbles!