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Vignettes Series | A Snapshot of Life

short story | vignette
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Wales Arts Review is incredibly pleased to present a new series that explores a variety of ‘vignette‘ short stories that offers a thoughtful glimpse into the authors of each piece’s mind. For this new vignette series, several regular authors of Wales Arts Review were asked to create narratives that utilise their personal experience, emotions or lifestyle to offer a deep insight into themselves. Below are each of the individual contributions to this ‘Flash Fiction’ Wales Arts Review series.

 

Richard Gwyn’s Venice

Wales Arts Review presents a new series of vignettes that will offer a glimpse into the author’s mind, first up is Venice by Richard Gwyn.

The Girl by Durre Shahwar 

The second in our new series of literary vignettes which offer a glimpse into the mind of the author is The Girl by Durre Shahwar.

Calling for the Good Old Days 

Wales Arts Review is pleased to present a new series of literary vignettes, next is Calling for the Good Old Days by Rhys Owain Williams.

Chance Encounters by Taylor Edmonds

Wales Arts Review is pleased to present a new series of thoughtful literary vignettes, next up is Chance Encounters by Taylor Edmonds.

Snapshot of Grief by Nasia Sarwar-Skuse

Wales Arts Review is pleased to present a new series of literary vignettes, next up is Snapshot of Grief by Nasia Sarwar-Skuse.

Hare by Elan Grug Muse 

Wales Arts Review presents a new series of vignettes that will offer a glimpse into the author’s mind, next up is Hare by Elan Grug Muse.

Your Father’s Father Had Eyes Like Yours

Next, up in Wales Arts review’s newest series of thoughtful vignettes is Your Father’s Father Had Eyes Like Yours by Phil Jones.

Bukit Lawang by Hanan Issa

Wales Arts Review presents a new series of vignettes that will offer a glimpse into the author’s mind, here is the last contribution, Bukit Lawang by Hanan Issa.