Trial Run

Gotham Writers Write-In — 3/11/22

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“Ms. Ferris, your experience is impressive and your references all gave you the highest accolades. The team loves you and hopes that you will join us for a trial run.”

“A trial run? I’m confused, I thought this was for a full-time position?”

“Well, yes, eventually. We always do a trial run for potential employees just to make sure it’s…




Every Friday, Gotham Writers hosts virtual sessions for writers to join. People from around the world are given a prompt and 15 minutes to write. We share our stories and listen to others while we provide a supportive environment. This is a collection of some of those stories.

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A mixture of short stories created from prompts (@gothamwriterscollection) and stories to highlight women’s health advocacy (@thekindredchampion).

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