I’ve reblogged Cat Sheely’s excellent article about our March Eurobodalla Writers’ Night group meeting. Likewise for our February meeting critiques, then stories of fear, resilience, determination, dark and lighter moments were featured. No doubt with Covid-19 on our doorstep we stay inside and look at more novel ways to ‘get-together’ over cyber-space. The Eurobodalla Writers’ website https://eurobodallawriters.org has poems and stories from members about the bushfires during and the aftermath – some factual, others just snippets, all poignant. Stay tuned for the Night group’s book “Bushfires and Vegemite Sandwiches”.
Like many writers/authors, I am a member of a writing group – the Eurobodalla Fellowship of Australian Writers. There are two groups; one meets during the day and the other at night. The two groups have similar ideals but work toward them in different ways.
Our evening group is made up of a different demographic due to the fact that people who work are able to come. We have teachers, a doctor, a psychologist, a psychiatric nurse, a retired IT manager and trance medium/health advocate and property owners. It makes for very interesting discussions.
Our meeting last night started out as any other, with critiques of short stories or chapters of books that were sent to participants a fortnight before the meeting. But instead of the agenda topics that were to be discussed after, and, as many local groups have found, the bushfires became a topic because one story focussed…
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