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Weaving Words – Huntly Writers

Weaving Words, the latest anthology from the Huntly Writers, showcases poetry and prose from one of the largest writing groups in north-east Scotland. The collection contains pieces from both well-established and emerging local writers, including many who have had work appear in literary magazines or released their own publications. At times moving, funny and surreal, Weaving Words features a range of voices travelling through many different forms and experiences, while remaining rooted in the languages and communities of Huntly and the north-east of Scotland.

Weaving Words is the Huntly Writers’ second collection, following on from “Spirit of the Deveron”, released in 2008.

Please order through the Huntly Writers website.

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