Drama at Poltimore




Congratulations to the Exeter University drama students!  





 For their final assessment in front of examiners, they took two stories from the Exeter Writers anthology, The Coastal Zoo, and produced a clever, funny, and entertaining interpretation/improvisation.

The two stories were;  Octopodi Stifado by Naomi Cohen and Making Connections by Cathie Hartigan.

 
The Exeter Writers were invited along and despite the freezing cold and grim venue, the wit and energy of the students warmed our hearts. 


We hope they all do very well in their final assessment and wish them all the best in their future careers.

 

The Secret of the RAMM

 There’s always lots to do and see at Exeter’s RAMM, and from 2-4pm in their fantastic new shop on Sunday 19th March, Cathie Hartigan will be signing copies of her bestselling time-slip, Secret of the Song. 

The modern day story is set in Exeter, and the museum is the source of inspiration for what happens in the story. 

Do go along and say hello. 


 

Su Bristow on the Radio 2 Arts Show!


Drop everything this Thursday night (9th March) because Su Bristow (our Su Bristow!) is being interviewed by Jonathan Ross on the Radio 2 Arts Show about her novel Sealskin.

Well done Su! Sealskin is published by Orenda Books and was the first winner of the Exeter Novel Prize.



UPDATE: (Friday 10th March).

If you missed it, you can listen again on BBC Radio2 (it's about 1 hour 45 mins in).
Meanwhile here are a few pics from such an exciting week;

Display window, Goldsboro Books, London
Sealskin cake!!

Our Su, with Wossy!!!
  

The 2017 Exeter Writers Short Story Competition is closed.

Thank you to everyone who entered the competition this year. 

The competition is now closed and we are busily reading through all the entries.

Winners will be announced before the end of July, however keep an eye on the website as we will announce the longlist once that information becomes available.