KEHS Quill Club releases its second anthology

KEHS Quill Club releases its second anthology
Funds are being raised for older people's healthcare charity Kissing it Better through the publication of the KEHS Quill Club's second anthology.

The King Edward VI High School for Girls Quill Club has released its second anthology, with the publication raising funds for older people’s healthcare charity Kissing it Better.

Comprising short stories, poems and illustrations, the anthology aims to celebrate and encourage the power of creativity in bringing people together. It centres around three themes – “this is a tragedy of your own making”, dreams and journeys.

Money raised through donations from those who access the anthology online is supporting Kissing it Better, which runs healthcare projects to enhance the lives of older people in hospitals, care homes and the community. The charity was selected after one of Quill’s members saw the positive impact it was having on the lives of older people through time spent as a volunteer, including the importance of creative pursuits in people’s experiences and memories, aligning with the value placed on creativity in Quill and the wider KEHS community.

The anthology is available as a free e-book so it can be accessed anywhere at any time.

You can find it at

While the anthology is available free of charge, Quill would greatly appreciate donations being made towards the work of Kissing it Better, with a donation of £2.50 recommended. You can donate directly to the charity at

*Due to some of the subject matters explored in the anthology, it is best suited to readers aged 12+*


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