Write Like You Mean It, the weekly writing group at Main Library, recently hosted the Bittersweet Writing Competition. Entries were short fiction stories, 1000 words or less, on the theme “Bittersweet.”
The response was exciting. Judges were impressed by the quality of work and the variety of styles and genres represented by the submissions.
Enjoy reading the top-placing stories.
First Place (tie): Always Rememba by A.D. Moreau
and The Checklist by Colleen J. Karnas
Second Place: Imperfect Harmony by Surabhi Kaushik
Third Place: Lemonade by Ivoriana Phillips
Write Like You Mean It is a group of writers who utilize different writing styles and prompts to write fiction, non-fiction and poetry. The group’s goal is to help writers find their muse and get started on new work. We host special events such as Open Mic, Poetry Showcase and invite guest speakers, including published authors, editors and experts in writing-related fields. Write Like You Mean It meets every Thursday from 10 to 11.30 a.m. at the Main Library. Anyone who enjoys writing is welcome to join.