ANTHOLOGIES AND SHORT STORY COLLECTIONS
A fascinating and immersive read with a unique voice that will captivate readers. Characters keep readers absorbed and invoke feelings that tug your heart. Read amazing stories that depict the comedy and tragedy of life and make you turn the page in a hurry!
Some stories are lived to be told. Some stories are too important to be lost. The characters in these tales are already forgotten. It would be a tragedy to forget their stories too.
Stories for Older Generations is a collection of the experiences of some young African adults at different seasons of life 40 years ago. Some of these experiences cover aspects of lust, friendship, relationships, reflection, love, family, adventure, regret and freedom. Present and future generations will read these stories and wonder and marvel about how life was in Africa then as compared to how it is in modern times.
An insightful collection of short stories and poems-some fact, some fiction but all powerful narratives of the world we live in. Exploring different cultures and different generations, and highlighting inequalities, justice and pain, Fiona nonetheless manages to steer us all in the direction of hope, purpose and life. Isbn 978-1-78815-615-8. (Onwards and Upwards Publishers)
Launch date 1 April 2021. Pre-order from Fiona’s website.
A GIFT FROM THE HORSE CHESTNUT TREE By Veronica Bright
A second collection of prize-winning short stories.
Short stories to challenge your perception of childhood.
Raised From Dust by Alison Stedman
Raised from Dust is Alison’s third anthology covering a number of themes
from her life experience and aspects of her personal faith. “Dust” covers themes of suffering and the human condition and “Raised” includes poems full of hope, many inspired by scripture.
RAINBOW LAUGHTER By Veronica Bright
A third collection of prize-winning short stories.Rainbow Laughter is a collection of insightful and powerful short stories about ordinary people, growing and changing, searching for hope when all seems lost.
FAMILY MATTERS by Fiona Linday
Family Matters Project invited learners from Attenborough Arts Centre to write their own stories and poems on the theme of family. This collection presents the work of 12 new writers alongside that of established guest authors
CLOUD PAINTINGS by Veronica Bright
A collection of prize-winning short stories. Douglas sees the world from a wheelchair, and he hates it. A celebration of perseverance and courage in the face of adversity.