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Inkerman Writers, aka The Inkers, were originally creative writing students at Darlington Arts Centre, County Durham, England.
Since the centre's closure. they meet at the Friends' Meeting House in Skinnergate, Darlington.
Tracey Iceton took over the courses from John Dean in January 2018.
Author Keven Shevels, a member of Darlington-based Inkerman Writers, has now published three novels in his darkly comic Dogsbreath series, which are available on Amazon. Proceeds from sales are donated to St Teresa’s Hospice in the town.
The books are:
The Haddock Flies At Midnight - A contemporary novel tracing thirty days in the life…Continue
Posted by John Dean on August 20, 2022 at 10:30am
Group members are delighted to be taking part in this year’s Darlington Arts Festival, featuring in two events.
Inkers Creative Writing Collective presents ‘The Other Side Of The Door.’ An entertaining hour of prose and poetry. A door represents a world of possibility, a passageway from one world to another. Come and listen to tales of…Continue
Posted by John Dean on April 11, 2022 at 9:30am
Don't know if anyone is interested, but my latest comic novel in the Dogsbreath Histories is now available to download from Amazon price £1.99. Titled 'A Song of Ice and Haddock' it is a fantasy and traces the history of the earliest known ancestor of the Dogsbreath family, one Ivor the Dogsbreath. Suffice to say Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones and Conan the Barbarian all have the mickey taken out of them. As usual all proceeds will go towards St Teresa's Hospice in…Continue
Interested in crime fiction? Then check out Inkerman Writer Bud Craig talking about his craft in the latest instalment of the free Tall Tales Mysteries Mug Shots series of films. Bud, one of the Book Folks stable of writers, talks in particular about sense of place. You can watch the interview at …Continue
Posted by John Dean on May 11, 2021 at 1:34pm