We are a writers group that meets at Albert Campbell Branch of the Toronto Public Library. The group started out in late 2014, with just 3 members. They were strangers sitting quietly around a meeting room table, taking turns sharing writing and offering critique. Over time, membership grew and the strangers became a writing family. Soon,meetings became loud and boisterous events filled with laughter. The writers found power in their unique creative voices and became the Scarborough Scribblers. Then, in 2016, they published their first anthology, Library Reflections. Which brings us here, today.
Join the Scarborough Scribblers as they race against time to bring you fifteen of their best impromptu short stories and poems. When you take away time and add pressure, anything can happen: an arachnid space-disaster, a streetcar adventure, lessons in overlord succession, an equine meteorological fantasy, tales of love and espionage, and more.
Let us take you on a series of library adventures... from home to space, from a senior sandwich snatcher to an imaginative job applicant, from a library ghost buster to a humorous book club misadventure, from a teen vampire fantasy to a historical romance, from a library on Mars to an archive in space, from a personal reflection to a tour of the library.