Writer’s Statement. I’m Seraphim Bryant and I write for young adults who like thrillers and a bit of fantasy. Also, I write and illustrate picture books in young children’s fiction which are frequently about social issues and citizenship. My style is very open, it’s quite conversational. This is because I like people so much andContinue reading “Writer’s Statement.”
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What About Raymond Carver?
Though Raymond Carver published only a handful of books in his lifetime, he is often considered one of the great American short story writers. Debate still exists as to whether to consider Carver a minimalist for his frequent use of sparse language, a voice of the working class for his commitment to ‘ordinary’ characters, orContinue reading “What About Raymond Carver?”
The Conversation Challenge
Task: write a conversation where there are …. A. All gender-neutral pronouns. No, He or She B. No gender obvious names. C. Setting must be a café D. And the characters are exchanging gifts. My Attempt The streets were swollen with people. Manic delivery drivers parked in the road and ignored the angryContinue reading “The Conversation Challenge”
Kidderminster College Competition for budding flash fiction writers began this week. Thought I would share my entry: A New Beginning Felix log Sorbate day 31st Even now it has not stopped. Our ship pitches back and forth. Her great mass swings in deep relentless waves. The only chance I get to write is in theContinue reading “New Beginnings”