A short story by Seb Reilly is published in Shoal, the inaugural anthology from Thanet Writers, along with stories by twenty-two other writers and authors linked to Thanet, which was launched at the Margate Bookie and is available now.
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A New Local Newspaper
An opinion article by Kent Columnist of the Year 2018 Finalist Seb Reilly appears in the first ever print issue of the Isle of Thanet News. The piece is about Christmas, commercialism, food banks, and socially responsible gifts that can be shared.
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A walk along an empty coastline to watch the sunset does not bring the expected feelings and emotions to light. This strange and sometimes unsettling flash fiction short story by Seb Reilly is published by Thanet Writers. It will be okay.
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This Shaking Place
Amidst the violence of shifting soundscapes exists a calm observer, considering that which moves and shakes and documenting the wake of the aggression of a storm. A poem juxtaposing dramatic noise and peaceful contemplation.
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Define Your Own Success
A community focus creates collaboration, builds support, and offers help and advice to others. As part of Thanet Writers, Seb Reilly is writing exclusive content, most recently an essay on why writers should define their own success.
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The Last Library
As both a writer and local resident, Seb Reilly is writing a monthly column for the Isle of Thanet News. The latest is a piece about the cutting of library opening hours, reading books as a child, and fiction predicting the future.
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Sir Frederick Treves
A celebrated Victorian surgeon, Sir Frederick Treves was also a notable author and his work and writing changed the face of modern medicine. Seb Reilly spotlights her life, writing, and connection to Thanet in this biographical piece.
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New Year 2019
At the start of a new year it is customary to set resolutions. For 2019, Seb Reilly proposes three resolutions for all writers to adopt in order to grow and develop throughout the year. This video was filmed by Thanet Writers.
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