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Story Sunday makes it onto Zoom
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Story Sunday makes it onto Zoom

Thanks to Suzanne McConaghy for her thoughts on our recent Story Sunday event and her tips for reading online. I was delighted to be asked to submit a thousand words for ‘Story Sunday’ at the Bristol Festival of Literature. I started writing in a flurry of enthusiasm and found I’d produced something fairly bleak –…

Story Sunday – Listen Again!
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Story Sunday – Listen Again!

We’re delighted to bring you recordings of all our wonderful readers at Story Sunday ‘The Great Escape’ in partnership with Bristol Literature Festival 2020. Introductions by Heather Child Kerry Postle reads ‘Are We There Yet?’ Jonathan Evans reads‘Love Hearts’ Suzanne McConaghy reads ‘Escape’ John Holland reads ‘The Most Beautiful Thing She Has Ever Seen’ Gail…

Writers Unmuted
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Writers Unmuted

We’re back! Yes like most other people we’ve been quiet for a while, but we have been busy too. We’ve  watered our gardens, we’ve baked our bread and zoomed from time to time but we’ve also changed things and done things, so welcome to our new name and web presence. No special reason, just time…

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Judging under way – and a bit of history

Judging under way! Well we have been wowed by your original, daring and diverse submissions for our Bristol Litfest Story Sunday and decidingwhich to feature in the programme is no easy matter. We can promise an evening of high entertainment and we wil inform those chosen by October 6th at latest. This could be Bristol…

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Announcing our special guest Lucy English

In an exciting update to our Story Sunday ‘Tales of Our City’ event on  October 20th we’re thrilled to announce that we – and you – will be joined for the evening by Bristol’s favourite writer and spoken word poet Lucy English. We’re sure that you have either met Lucy or know her work; from…

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No more suspension bridges, easy on the balloons! Inspiration for October’s #StorySunday

So with submissions open for Tales of Our City, here’s a blog post from Ali Bacon who has been looking for some visual inspiration. The tag line ‘no more suspension bridges…’ is taken from a project which began a year ago when Bristol photographer Colin Moody and community arts group the People’s Republic of Stokes…