Tuesday, 27 April 2010

In the merry, merry month of May

We have a number of things happening in May.

At our script writing workshop we'll bring scripts and the other people there read-act the lines so

a) we can hear them read and know if they work, and

b) we can receive constructive criticism.

On Wednesday May 12th at 8pm, we meet at the Camden Centre in Tunbridge Wells, where Sheila Alcock is going to give us a talk. Sheila is a writer of short stories and has had more than fifty published in women's magazines. This is a very competitive market and you have to be good to get anywhere just once. To rise to the top consistently is a testament to Sheila's skill.

Sheila leads our short stories and articles group and will happily give information about it. They too, meet in May.

Other meetings this month include two novel groups and a writing fiction for women group. This last is a group for writers, be they male or female, whose main target audience would be female.

All our groups are open to all writers over the age of 16, male and female. All we ask is that you are willing to accept constructive criticism and to give the same.

You can email our chairman, Hilary at hilary.mack@talk21.com for more details.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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