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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An astronaut finds a strange connection amongst the darkness and silence of the very outermost the depths of space. This flash fiction piece is part horror, part interstellar love story, and is now online and published by Thanet Writers.
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A rhyme of distant times lost and those long forgotten we still remember, of glimpses often missed in the fog and mist, and the strange sensation of treading a path less walked, published for the second time in Dissonance Magazine.
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Don’t Play God, Be God
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 shouldn’t play God, but be God.
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A Coffee for the NHS
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 smell of coffee, the frontline NHS staff at QEQM Hospital in Margate, and a new member of the family.
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Opportunities: July 2019
Filling in for Opportunities Editor Sam Kaye, Seb Reilly has curated a roundup list of reputation-boosting writing submission opportunities for writers of short stories, poetry, and non-fiction, for Thanet Writers for the month of July 2019.
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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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