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New group for young writers

Aspiring young writers who would enjoy meeting and working with like-minded young folk are invited to join a new group. Hastings Young Writers set out their stall.

Posted 19:38 Tuesday, Jan 22, 2019 In: Young People Tags: Hastings Writers’ Group Hastings Young Writers

Hastings Writers’ Group forges ahead

The long established Hastings Writers’ Group (HWG) invites budding writers to come and try the group for themselves. The group

Imagine That!

This year marks the Platinum Anniversary of the Hastings Writers’ Group. Yes, that’s 70 years! As part of their celebrations, they decided to publish a children’s anthology to support local charities and encourage the authors of the future. Amanda Giles from the Anthology Team writes.

Posted 05:55 Saturday, Jun 3, 2017 In: Literature Tags: Amanda Giles Anne Hooker Anne Spiring Carol Pullen Hastings Writers’ Group Imagine That! Rosemary Bartholomew Roz Balp The Oliver Curd Trust

Hometown entertainment from writers’ group

If you like stories set in, and drawing on the history of, your hometown, Seawords is the book for you. The theme for this year’s anthology from Hastings Writers’Group, on the 950th anniversary of that famous battle and the year when the pier was restored to us, is – Hastings. Nick Terdre has read (most of ) it.

Posted 10:27 Saturday, Jul 23, 2016 In: Literature Tags: Animal Writes Beatrix Potter Catherine Cookson Charles Dickens Eileen Masters grey owl Hastings Pier Charity Hastings Writers’ Group Lewis Carroll National Association of Writers’ Groups Nick Terdre Seawords

Aid worker in another world

When Eileen Masters volunteered to sort out accounting problems at Oxfam’s Kabul office in 1992, she didn’t know just what she would be letting herself in for. Her five-month stint in Afghanistan is described in graphic detail in her memoir, A Dangerous Place To Picnic. Nick Terdre met her to find out more.

Posted 20:26 Saturday, Nov 7, 2015 In: Hastings People Tags: Afghanistan Dilliebooks Eileen Masters Hastings Writers’ Group Mazar-i-Sharif Nafisa Nick Terdre Oxfam Peshawar Woolworth's Zia
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