The Impartial Reporter today presents the second part of their series featuring our members’ writing. The story is Anthony Viney’s powerful piece, Blind Faith. This short story evokes a scene in Hitler’s Europe where Jewish people were stuffed into an overcrowded train destined for a concentration camp. The story follows them from the train to the camp and into the gas chambers where the lingering smell of bitter almond fills their last moments.
Anthony, originally from London, is a social worker in the Enniskillen area. He has a particular interest in writing stories with a historical angle.
Over the next few weeks the Impartial Reporter will continue to print our stories and poems. If you are in the Fermanagh area why not pick up a copy of the newspaper and read Anthony’s full story?