The latest issue of WDTL is now at the station for you to take, with contributions from:
Norah, aged 91, is a former professional verse speaker and voice teacher who has recently taken up writing poetry.
Candyce has been writing for years, lives in Clacton, likes to hang out in Wivenhoe with some great friends.
Philippa is a member of two local writing groups and enjoys writing flash fiction, short stories and occasional poetry. She has had articles published in the field of travel writing and is currently working on her third novel.
Lelia is an MA Creative Writing student at the University of Essex. She also has an MA in Multimedia Journalism and a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychodynamic Approaches. Lelia spent nearly 20 years working in the media in London, before deciding to focus on her creative writing. She mainly writes poetry about hidden voices in the Essex landscape. She has lived in Wivenhoe for 10 years, and has had several poems published in Words Down the Line.
Bryan is a local architect. He has written poetry since his early twenties and three years ago joined the Creative Writing group at The Wivenhoe Bookshop to learn about another funny endeavour – Prose.
Illustrations are by Charmaine McKissock.