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September 29, 2012
4:00 am

Our Little Stories is about writing short stories on a common theme, free source. Now it goes live as a show.

Everyone is invited to attend (with a small donation on the door if you like) this communal gathering of writers to do what writers enjoy doing most (hopefully), writing! Our Little Stories started as a blog, check it out online, there’s some rather good stories there. The blog started in April, and is firing strong.

Come and jam out some words with some heads down at the Dancing Dog in Footscrazy with an ecletic bunch of cats, and get lubricated with whatever your poison is, and watch them words flow so well.

This show is hosted by Ben Pobjie and featuring Karen Pickering, Neil Sinclair,  Tommy Dassalo and Clem Bastow. This month’s theme is ‘Melbourne’, that ol’ town we all love so much.


WHEN:
Saturday, 29 September, 8:30pm
WHERE: The Dancing Dog, 42a Albert Street, Footscray
WEB: ourlittlestories.com


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