We are grateful to our members for sharing their talented writing through our annual programs. Our Bendigo Bank Digital Writer In Residence program showcases writing talents of our local members.

Enjoy these stories from our current Writer in Resident.

 

This Season’s Digital Writer In Residence is: Sue Brown

‘Like Mother, Like Daughter’ by Sue Brown

The back door slammed shut. The noise made her start but she carried on weeding, determined to finish the patch she was working on before the light went. She knew her mother would have wanted the garden to look at its best when the new people took occupation....

‘The Coffee Shop’ By Sue Brown

It was in Germany I learnt to drink coffee. In my childhood home we drank milky instant coffee, I took it with two teaspoons of sugar so it was a rather sweet beige drink tasting of well…coffee as I knew it.  On holidays in France, I was young so I was expected to...

‘Writer’s Block’ By Sue Brown

Cyril sat, as usual, hunched up in his chair, away from the group.  He grunted in response to greetings from the other members as they arrived. It had been ten weeks since the last meeting of the Wycherley Writer’s Block Support Group and everyone was keen to get back...

‘My Life With Agatha’ By Sue Brown

There were many book cases in my childhood home, one of which I brought to Australia when Mother died.  It’s a fine piece of furniture—solid oak, presented to my grandfather on his retirement by his grateful parishioners. It had stood in our sitting room exhibiting...

‘Bob Marple P.I.’ By Sue Brown

I live on the Mornington Peninsula down the bottom bit where, after hundreds of years of shifting sea, the dunes have been reclaimed as a golf course. I could wax lyrical about the meandering Moonah trees, whose undisciplined growth legitimises the council’s view that...

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