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Showcase: Charitable Thoughts

Welcome back to Showcase, everyone! Last week, we were pleased to show off our feature from our recently published fifth issue of the magazine, which you can read online here. This week, we are returning to business as usual with a fantastic novel extract by author Janet Howson, which we featured ...

Write On! Issue 5: Showcase Page

Welcome to the third of our digital pull out pages, drawn from Write On! 5. Today's page is Our Showcase Special. As we continue to face the repercussions of lockdown, issue 5 remains digital. You can see the full magazine here. Our new season starts on Wednesday 29th July. The stories and ideas ...
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Showcase: Entwined + An Unexpected Tribute

This year has been one of several dichotomies, showing evidence that apparently contradicting concepts can exist in harmony: staying apart from others while working together as a community, isolating from friends, family and neighbours but communicating more than ever before and facing our independent struggles while helping each other through ...
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Showcase – Take It Back & I’m The Calm One

We are celebrating BAME writers and creatives this week on Write On! Extra, so it gives me great pleasure to bring you an extract from the recently released, highly successful Take It Back, a novel by Kia Abdullah. Take It Back has been described as one of the best thrillers of the ...
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Showcase – Displaced & The Philosopher’s Daughters

I am pleased to present two wonderful examples of fabulous prose this week in Showcase. First up, we have another of the excellent entries we received in our Flash Fiction competition a couple of months ago. Nicola Franklin's Displaced uses the 300-word limit to maximum effect, welcoming us into a warm and ...