A snapshot of our last Zoom Meeting with photos of some of the group including me.
What happens when you vaguely ask a Zoom full of writers to submit three lines, or sentences, or thoughts, or whatever?
I can see fellow inmates through the bars of my cell, people sitting in front of curtains and bookcases. I see a live picture of myself as well, my hair is long and I’ve gone slightly mad. (Definition of open-ended sentence: a set of words without a full stop; incarceration with a fluid parole date.)
Oh no, they’re asking about the blog again. I always feel guilty whenever they bring it up. What on earth could I write about?
I click and you all appear on my screen, you’re there: we laugh, exchange news just as we did in The Blue Cap – then down to business with News, David’s new Community Project and that his books are to be relaunched, also Peter’s success – his book Bosnian Dawn is…
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