It takes a village.
Waverton Writes is an anthology of original writing by the residents of a tiny English town.
The project began more than ten years ago as a village-wide book club, prompting hundreds of Wavertonians to read voraciously and write reviews. Now the village is organizing contributions to form a collective book, designed to bring secret scribblers into the limelight.
Because of you, we’ll be sending out 2008 postcards to 502 people (you know who they are — or at least you know who one or three of them are). That’s more readership than a lot of literary magazines get, and a pretty sizable turnout for a gallery showing (which would also end up being a significant amount of wine and cheese). We hope you’re happy.
—Andrew Kozma, in a post-sucess update for his wonderful fiction project The Postcard Story. We are happy!