Prole reader and writer group

Prole reader and writer group

Reader and writer blog.

This blog is for readers to share their reflections about the poetry, stories and essays published in Prole. Our writers are encouraged to pop in from time to time and contribute to discussion threads.

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Of Course, by Geoffrey Heptonstall

Creative non-fictionPosted by editor Sat, November 26, 2011 11:00:00
Reflections on and reaction to Of Course, by Geoffrey Heptonstall.

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Posted by Robert Nisbet Thu, February 09, 2012 17:44:04

I really found myself connecting with this piece. My mind went back instantly to UC Swansea in the 60s and moment a friend of mine came into my room and remarked he's just "written a short story". The same white-light effect.

Posted by Claire Booker Sun, December 18, 2011 18:59:32

A movingly honest piece of prose. How interconnected we all are, and how foolish to chase the masterpiece. As you so rightly say:'The object of writing is to write the best that you can'.