For the past few months I’ve been keeping a low profile. But that doesn’t mean I’ve been idle – I’ve been hidden away working hard on several projects. And this week a couple pieces I’ve written have found their way into print.
In Clout and Collaboration on the Writing.IE website I discussed the difference between writing groups and writing associations and why I belong to the Fermanagh Authors’ Association:
“I often refer to the Fermanagh Authors’ Association as a writers’ group but that really isn’t accurate: it is a writers’ organisation. Is that just a grand name for the same thing? Not really. So, what’s the difference? And what do I get out of belonging to it?” If you want to know the answer you can read the full article here.
The other piece that was printed this week was my short story, Mud and Bilberries. It’s in the 8th February issue of Ireland’s Own magazine. I’m afraid you’ll have to brave the weather and tramp to the newsagents if you wish to read it as the magazine is not available online.