Prole reader and writer group

Prole reader and writer group

Reader and writer blog.

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Talking Pictures, by Tracey Iceton

FictionPosted by editor Tue, August 20, 2013 21:31:09
Reflection on and reaction to Talking Pictures, by Tracey Iceton.

Tracey Iceton is an English teacher and creative writing tutor. She has an MA in creative writing from Newcastle University, was winner of the Writers Block NE Home Tomorrow short story competition and a shortlisted finalist for the 2012 Bristol short story competition with her piece ‘Apple Shot’. Her two, as yet unpublished, novels have been long and short listed in the Cinnamon Press debut novel competition and the Bridge House Publishing prize. Her publication credits include; Litro, Neon, Tears in the Fence, Ride Magazine, The Yellow Room and the Brisbane Courier Mail. She is currently developing her third novel, part two of her trilogy on the Troubles in Ireland while working on publishing part one, Green Dawn at St Enda’s, in time for Easter 2016. She can be contacted through the Society of Authors.

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Posted by Sue Pace Tue, October 15, 2013 01:16:12

Restrained grief is such a difficult emotion to portray...and the author accomplished that by using the context of clashing cultures. Two women, one mourning her husband and the other mourning her culture and both unable to give comfort. Well written.