As we plough headlong into the third week of the new year, we are delighted to relay some news.
Hay Writers’ Circle member, Alan Oberman’s forth coming book, “Ellie and Sapiens“, has been accepted by Arkbound publishing. Arkbound specializes in supporting authors from disadvantaged backgrounds and works dealing with environmental and social issues. As you may have read from our previous article, Alan’s new book deals with climate anxiety in young people.
The book will be published next spring.
Huge and well deserved congratulations to Alan, and to the members of the Work In Progress group too. As Katy Stone, HWC Chairperson writes – “It’s testament … to the genius of the buddy system of our little Work in Progress Group, so a Brava! too for Marianne (Rosen’s) tenacious support and encouragement as well as dreaming up the group and buddy concept.”
CLICK HERE to read the previous HWC article on “Ellie and Sapiens“.
More Good News!
We are also delighted to reveal that another Hay Writers’ Circle member and winner of the 2022 Hay Poetry Prize, Michelle Pearce, has secured a commission of six poems for the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, in conjunction with it’s work with Green Connection Powys projects. Congratulations Michelle!
We will share more news on this exiting endeavour as it progresses.
In Other News …
Thank you to everyone who entered our Frances Copping Prize for Fiction Competition. Submissions are now closed for this year. All entries are currently with our judge, Alan Bilton, and we can expect news of the winning entries in due course.
And Finally …