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Index

A Letter from a Lady by Simon Evans………………… …………….…. 2

So Long Overdue by Mike Wil iams………………………………….…. 3

Old Girls by Rosalind Ambler & Ann Stevens…………………...………4

Letter to Helen by Shelagh Newman……………………… ………..... 5

Last Will & Testament by Alf Haywood…………………… ..…………..6

Charismatic Female… by Francis Chadwick……………………………7

July 26th, 3011 by Annie Cooper………………………………….…...... 8

Letter to a Five Headed Monster by Brenda Wil iams ……………….. 9

Mrs Rabbit’s New Buck by Jim Kitchingman …… …………..………10

Christmas Present by Annette Piper…………………………….….......11

Reiver’s Report by Mel Humphries-Cuff……………………….…..…...12

A Letter to Amy Winehouse by Warren Hinder…………………...……14

Love Letter by Martin Coleman…………………………………………..15

The Hardest Letter to Write by Deborah Dobson ………………..…...16

Con Brio by Liz Light …………………………………………...17

Friends Reunited? by Rosalind Ambler & Ann Stevens…………...….18

Ambrose & the Black Matriarch by Liz Light…………………………. 20

I am Winter, King of Seasons by Brenda Williams……………………21

The Last Letter by Daphne Norton…………………………………...….22

Lesson in Love by Gervase O’Donohoe………………………………. 23

The Letter by Sybil Amor…………………………………………….…... 24

DEVIZES WRITERS’ GROUP

Our writers’ group is a col ection of people who meet together once a month to share our writing.

‘Writing’ in this instance is a word which encompasses a great deal. For many in our group it is the delight of experimentation, for hearing how words sound when put together and the sheer enjoyment this brings.

For others there is the serious matter of time devoted to shaping, editing and seeking to improve. There are too the aspirations of writing . . . the determination to find a publisher or an agent, win a competi-tion, to blog or self-publish.

And so the group is constantly evolving, but always seeking to support and develop the writers amongst us in a variety of ways. We have published authors in the group who bring their expertise and experience, but we also believe that to call yourself a writer you need not necessarily have the great work finished and on shelves. You are a writer if you write.

This anthology is the result of just one idea, put forward in the Crown Centre one summer evening . . .

the writing of letters. We hope you wil browse, relish the variety and find things to enjoy.

You may be inspired to write more letters yourself.

Liz Light, Group Coordinator

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