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Hysteria 6

eBook (PDF), 68 Pages
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Hysteria 6 is the anthology of all 30 winning stories, flash fiction and poetry from the 2017 Hysteria Writing Competition. This is the sixth year of the Hysteria Writing Competition. When we began, it was with a single competition in mind, since then it’s grown beyond our original expectations and is now a major part of the Hysterectomy Association year and the writing calendar. Each of these outstanding entries are written by the authors, writers and poets to entertain, stimulate and provoke the reader. We have no set theme beyond the broadest of statement ‘what interests women’. Each year, I’m always amazed at the variety of entries that cross our path. They surprise, delight, entrance and inform. The thirty entries in this anthology are the best of the best. This is the fifth anthology from the Hysteria Writing Competition. Hysteria 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 from the 2012 to 2016 competitions are also available to buy. If you’ve enjoyed this collection then... More > you’ll love the others too.< Less
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ISBN
9780244051594
Published
November 29, 2017
Language
English
Pages
68
File Format
PDF
File Size
326.79 KB
Product ID
23430492

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