Tag Archives: Alan Oberman
Year Starts on a High!
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 … Continue reading
A Book, A Workshop and A Fiction Competition.
Ellie and Sapiens by Alan Oberman Few climate-fiction novels feature those who benefit from wrecking the planet. Think of a young, Trump-like millionaire profiting from exploiting oil in Bolivia. Charismatic, dynamic, ruthless, that’s Muelo, the anti-hero of Alan Oberman’s forthcoming … Continue reading
Hay Writers’ Circle at the Hay Festival 2019
Hay Festival 2019 by ECvW We’ve been blessed with another fantastic Hay Festival. Official photo’s in the Green Room, a larger, high-spec venue, (beautifully managed by a wonderful festival team), and an absolutely terrific, attentive, sell-out crowd! Our audience … Continue reading
Short Fiction – “Picky-up Thingy”
Picky-up Thingy by Alan Oberman Granny’s got this picky-up thingy. It’s black and silver and when you squeeze a handle at one end, two fingers come together at the other end. Granny can’t bend down because her knees hurt so she … Continue reading