Monthly Archives: October 2012

An excerpt from forth coming novella by Resident Writer Shahar Bram

Here's an excerpt from a work-in-progress that I worked on while at the Gloucester Writers Center–it is a novella partly inspired by the surroundings and atmosphere in Gloucester. -Shahar Bram Kids’ laughter came from a distance, the joyous sound of children at play. Their voices rolled through the house like waves, washing his thoughts away. […]
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Ed Sanders

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Intern’s Blog #4

  Another week passes here at the GWC, but honestly I think I’ll be talking about the last two weeks in this post, since I sort-of forgot to talk about anything but the “8 Plays for the Price of One” event in my last post. To start with, we were visited by the wonderful writer […]
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A conversation with Paul Sawyer

A conversation with Paul Sawyer
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Intern’s Blog #3: 8 Plays for the Price of One

  For those that didn’t have the pleasure to attend, two Saturday’s ago (sorry for how horribly slow I am at getting these out) the GWC hosted “8 Plays for the Price of One” at the Rocky Neck Cultural Center.  To say that the night was a phantasmagoric conglomeration of some of the better things […]
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