Keely Talks Early Harvest

Keely Talks Early Harvest

Hi! My name is Keely and I’m on the editorial committee of early harvest this year. First of all, I am a massive Panda fan. They are my favourite animals (obviously). Now back to the serious stuff. Over the last couple of weeks, we received about 100 submissions for early harvest. I had so much fun editing the submissions and I read some really great stories with content I did not think...

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Join Our Board

Join Our Board

The 100 Story Building board is currently recruiting for new directors to guide a small team with big ideas about delivering impact in the community. This is your opportunity to contribute to the strategic direction of our organisation by sharing your skills, knowledge and networks, helping us to achieve our social purpose of improving wellbeing and opportunities for culturally and...

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100 Story B at MWF

100 Story B at MWF

Kids Creative Workshop: Children of Bamiyan Valley Sat 22 Aug 2-4pm Free, but please book. If you had a penpal in Afghanistan, what might they be telling you right now? Join 100 Story Building and poet Zakia Baig as we think on what life is like for children in a very different part of the world. Zakia will share her story and take you on a journey to the Bamiyan Valley, where we’ll use...

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Help Grow Early Harvest

Help Grow Early Harvest

It’s been more than half of 2015 and the next Early Harvest is about to be in stock – the next bunch of editors are gathering stories for early harvest issue #4. As a previous editor of the first edition and a mentor for the 2014 edition of Early Harvest, I have decided to share some thoughts with you. It was the year of 2011 (don’t get so ancient) and I was trying to find something to...

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Mentoring Early Harvest

Mentoring Early Harvest

Hey everyone, guess who’s back? (That was a rhetorical question, but it would be really creepy if you did know.) Miab! I was an editor of early harvest in 2013. This year, I am sticking out this great experience once again but I am not an editor. In fact I am a mentor for this year’s editorial board. The reason I have chosen to come back is because the Early Harvest project was honestly...

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