This short collection is the third of a successful series of anthologies which began with Unforgotten in 2014. Partly inspired by the events of the 2020 pandemic, it distils the best of the creative thought from that year about change of all kinds.
This is an anthology of original short stories and poems which were entered into the 2015 writing competitions run and judged by the Swansea and District Writers Circle. These original works are a range of genres and form an enjoyable mix to pick up and peruse as leisure.
Today’s world owes an enormous debt of gratitude to the many millions who died for our freedom during the First World War, and it is important that we never forget the horrific violence and tragic loss of life suffered in those years. Unforgotten is a poignant and sometimes humorous collection of World War One poems and short stories told from many different viewpoints. As descendants of those fresh-faced soldiers, who perished so we may live our relatively comfortable lives, we owe it to each and every one of them to speak their names and tell their stories.