Saturday, 15 September 2012

'London Clock': A day in the life of a city, by the London Literary Project

I wrote a tiny something for the London Literary Project, the self-proclaimed 'Champions of Flash Fiction.'  Their latest initiative is called 'London Clock', and compiles a literary day in London, minute by minute, of short poems or snatches of prose by London-based writers or writers inspired by the city. The project is a very clever idea, and I'm delighted to be involved.
My piece is inspired by 08:11, Saturday morning, a time when the city is waking up.  It's small, maybe not exactly perfectly formed, but it's here.

http://londonlitproject.com/weekend-hampstead-heath/

3 comments:

  1. Congratulations! I love it.

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    1. Many thanks Muriel...maybe the project needs a minute from a French Yummy Mummy too?

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  2. Well done you :).

    Sadie x

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