Hello, fellow cosmonauts!
Due to the general *gesticulates the form of a virus* situation, we have set up an online shipping system that allows you to get your copy of „silence.“ delivered straight to your doorstep ~
All our UV meetings and events are free for everyone, so even if you’ve only dropped by just the once – you’re already a Verseling! If you’d like to go above and beyond, check out this page to learn more about how to support us with official & sponsoring memberships.
Are you interested in joining us? This is the „Lit-Hiker’s Guide to the Uni-Verse“ that will tell you everything you ought to know!
(Tip #1: You don’t need to be a student (or even a writer!) to attend our meetings!)
Would you like to talk about our Lord and Saviour, literature? Meet the lit fanatics behind the Uni-Verse Creative Writing Society & learn more about how we operate in the shadows.
As one of our special August On the Move: Sundays Lovely Sundays events, we met for our annual Poetry Picnic….
Organised and hosted by Holly, we met for our first (socially-distanced) event after the lockdown. With hand sanitiser aplenty, we swapped old favourites and new loves.
Between April 1 and June 3, 2020, the Uni-Verse self-isolated. To stay in touch with and through our stories, we hosted 10 online meetings and one week-long Decameron, enjoying each other’s company through headphones & screens.
Just before the corona crisis locked everyone’s doors, the brilliant Tara Skurtu stopped by the Uni-Verse for a second time….
Third time’s a charm – for our third annual Christmas party, we gathered in our cave below the Highlander Pub & Garden, exchanged Creative Secret Santas, gestured hysterically in charades and wore snazzy pastel crowns (as one should, always). We also decorated our own Christmas tree (he’s called Henry) and became Queen Elizabeth, Holly’s daughter, and Naruto for a while.
Find the pictures here!
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