Fiction and Memory

I remember writing a book. Or trying to, at least. It was a pile of memories I had collected over a three-month period – a collection from which I thought something could be created. These were memories that I had gone over and over in my head and scenes that …

Weekly Writing Prompts: #5

Writers are often after some kind of trigger to get their writing going, which is why Writer's Edit offers Writing Prompts. Each week, we aim to bring you something new to set your creative thoughts into overdrive. Check out this week's: Arguably, one of the main driving forces behind any …

Writer Workspace – Sur Bourke

Well writers, we seem to be on fire lately with finding quirky little spots for you. Sur Bourke Espresso Bar is a quaint little space full of creative energy for artists from all walks of life. With a vintage bike hoisted up in proud display on the wall, and echoes …

Writer Workspace – The Commons

Tucked away, down the surprisingly quiet end of Burton Street, Darlinghurst, The Commons offers a quaint, temporary escape for any creative thinker. It's the perfect spot for some leisurely work, perhaps some casual blogging or brainstorming... depending on the day (sometimes the music can be a tad distracting). We were …

Weekly Writing Prompts #4

Make your main character to write a letter. Not an email. Not a text message. An actual letter. Who's this letter to? Does the letter explain your main character's relationship to its recipient? Does the reader already know the recipient? Or have you used this opportunity to introduce a new character? What does the letter say? …