This April 30th, we will have a table at the local lgbtq+ health and beauty fair at Urgent EMS.
We will hand out club fliers and have a sign up sheet for anyone interested in getting club updates.
We will set up at 9:30. The fair starts at 11am.
Anyone is welcome to come by to help set up the tent, table, and chairs, and check out the other resources the fair has to offer.
Our judge spotlight!Local author, Elizabeth Godfrey, will be lending her writing experience to us by being our guest judge.Remember that you have until May 7th to turn in an entry to our Spring is in the Air writing contest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today is the SWC meeting at the Shreve Memorial Broadmoor Branch Library from 10am-12pm.
M. L. Dumar will be guiding today’s meeting with a discussion on storytelling.
On April 2nd, we will be holding our club meeting at the Shreve Memorial Library Broadmoor Branch from 10am-12pm.
We will focus on flash writing, casual critiquing, and a discussion on storytelling led by ML Dumar.
Meet in Study Room A and bring a sample of some of your work if you would like to get a general overview on it. You don’t have to bring work to have critiqued. Just listening and discussing others’ work is as beneficial to learning and growing as well.
This is a casual writer’s support group here to connect local writers with other writers.
*There is a $20 yearly fee for the group (It helps pay for Zoom for online club meetings, future contests, and club activities.)
Visitors are always welcome to the meetings to see if this club is a beneficial group to your writing journey.
We hope to see you there and always remember to “write on”!
We got another limerick in for our Limerick Challenge.
There once was a fellow in bossier
Who thought it was time for some closure
So he laid on the floor
Beneath an old door
And no one could see that he lay there
By Geoffrey Schmitt
We will not be having the SWC meeting this Saturday. When a date is arranged, we will let you know.
Right now, we are making some updates to better help the club in the long run. Thank you!
We will be posting the entries for our limerick challenge as they are sent to us. You have until March 17th to submit your entry.
Our first entry is by Tiffany Pennywell
Our 2nd entry is from Earnest McDaniel
There once was a couple quite average
The wife had the brains in the marriage
So she took him by hand
And explained to the man
Suffrage and vassalage…and leverage