Books and Anthologies from the Bognor Write Club
Julia Macfarlane runs the Bognor Regis Write Club which consists of a small friendly group of would-be professional writers of fiction, poetry and prose.
They meet once a month to read out our latest 1000 – 1500 word selection, ranging from short stories, novels in progress, poetry and screenplays.
The books are available from Amazon:
More information on the activities of the Bognor Writer Club and its members can be found here
Julia Macfarlane was born and spent most of her life in the North East of England. She is proud to describe herself as a Smoggie (someone from Teesside, home to Europe's largest chemical industry) and her stories often reflect her Northern roots. She has an eye for character, an ear for dialogue and a cynical sense of humour running through her work.
She has been writing for years and had work appear in various publications. Her career has spanned working as a Tax Officer for Her Majesty's Inspector of Taxes, being a French/German translator and working for various UK universities in business/university management.
Since taking early retirement she has been busy running the Bognor Regis Write Club, a group for would-be professional writers; being an active member of local walking and natural history groups; enjoying her grandkids; spoiling rotten her beautiful cockapoo; in fact, anything she can find to do that prevents her sitting at her desk and completing her writing projects.
Bognor Regis Write Club has produced two anthologies of short stories and poems under Julia’s editorship: ‘A Blast on The Waverley’s Whistle’ and ‘The View From Here’. In a collaboration with CHINDI she produced ‘The Chichester Ghost Tour’.
Private groups can arrange a guided tour through Chichester City Centre with Julia from as little as £5 per person. Contact email@example.com to find out more about the Club or the tour.