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are sharing stories of love and conflict across generations at Mind the Gap. This project has an interesting history at WEbook – it began as a collection of short
fiction, and it has now expanded to include true stories of lessons learned,
moments shared, and battles waged between mothers, daughters, fathers, sons,
grandparents, aunts, uncles, and friends of all ages.
the Gap is seeking new stories about multigenerational relationships. Stories should fit into one of the following
topics – though if you have a story that doesn’t fit, don’t worry! Submit it anyway, and it might become the cornerstone
of a brand new section.
Parents Just Don’t Understand: Children young and old explore the closeness
and conflict that come with having parents.
Kids These Days!: Reflections and observations about younger
generations from the more mature.
Ain’t Life Grand: Stories about the bond between grandparents
Tias, Tantes, and
Tetas: Tales from the extended
family. Aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews,
These: Stories about friendships
If you’re not in the writing mood, that’s okay. If you have a family or friends, chances are
you’ll find something to read, review, and rate over at Mind the Gap. Join your fellow WEbookers in celebrating the
joys of the generations.