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The Weight of Glass by Sue Spiers

For the last two years, and going forward, we’ve had three categories in the the Hysteria Writing Competition; Short Stories, Flash Fiction and Poetry. I’d like to share the winning entry in the of the Hysteria 2015 Poetry Category. It’s called The Weight of Glass and is written by Sue Spiers.

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Meeting Alex Reece Abbott, author of The Helpmeet

This week we have another Hysteria 2015 Finalist to welcome, she is also the author of The Helpmeet. Her new novel has been selected with eleven other finalist/winners for the Greenbean Novel Fair later this month. The annual event in Dublin is an Irish Writers Centre initiative, offering writers a unique opportunity to meet some of the most influential people in Irish publishing, introducing one-to-one meetings with top publishers and literary agents.

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Gwen Sayers

An interview with Gwen Sayers, Hysteria 2015 finalist

This weeks interview is with Gwen Sayers, originally from South Africa. She worked in Seattle and Cape Town as a doctor before finally settling in London. During her medical career she wrote on topics such as ethics, law, and humanities. In 2015 she  completed an MA in creative writing at the University of London.

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Cath Blackfeather

Meet Cath Blackfeather, Hysteria Writing Competition 2015 finalist

Cath Blackfeather is a poet and finalist in the 2015 Hysteria Writing Competition Poetry category. She has just had a collection of short stories and some poems accepted for publication by Three drops from a Cauldron Some will appear on their e-zine and some in print editions at various times over the coming year. She is Canadian but was brought up in England and now lives Berkshire.

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Groundings Nicola Warwick

Meeting Nicola Warwick, author of Groundings

This week I’d like you all to meet Nicola Warwick. After attempts to write plays and novels, she rediscovered poetry while taking a Diploma in Creative Writing in 1999, and has been writing more seriously since then. She has been published in several poetry magazines, including the Rialto, Acumen, the South and Poetry Review and has been shortlisted in many competitions including Hysteria 2015. She is a regular attendee at the Poetry Café in Arlingtons in Ipswich and a member of Second Light. Groundings is her first anthology

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