Writers Abroad: new anthology

Do you have a story to tell? A poem to share? Fancy your chance at getting published? The online writing group, Writers Abroad, is seeking submissions of flash fiction, short story and poetry on the theme of ‘light’ for its fifth anthology, Kaleidoscope. For details about submission criteria click here. And if you would like to know more about what is all about, read the interview with Paola Fornari who is … Continue reading Writers Abroad: new anthology

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New anthology from Writers Abroad: an interview with Paola Fornari

Paola Fornari is an active member of Writers Abroad, an online community of expat writers. In this interview she tells us about their fifth anthology, Kaleidoscope.    Paola, can you tell us something about Writers Abroad, where this community comes from and what are its goals? The group was formed to help overcome the isolation and difficulties that expat writers may face in their host country. Our aim is … Continue reading New anthology from Writers Abroad: an interview with Paola Fornari

Foreign and far away

Author: Writers Abroad, 2013

Language: English

Summary: A selection of fiction, non-fiction and poetry has flowed from the pens of expats around the world to create this collection on the theme of people and places. Foreign and Far Away, the fourth anthology published by Writers Abroad, explores the relationship between people and the landscapes and settings they live in. An eclectic range of writing evokes the diversities, similarities, connections and misunderstandings of life in foreign places. The result is a volume to delight, intrigue and, above all, entertain. Writers Abroad has chosen Book Aid International to benefit from the proceeds of this anthology. This charity increases access to books and supports literacy, education and development in sub-Saharan Africa. They provided 543,280 new books to over 2,000 libraries in 2012 and have sent more than 30 million books to partner libraries since 1954 — Source: amazon.com

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