This Saturday, we will be holding our SWC meeting at Broadmoor Library from 10am-12pm.
Our member, Ken Shively will be speaking to us about historical fiction and how he does research for his writings.
I also want to announce that we have two officer openings. The first is our secretary position is open and we are looking for someone who is willing take over our social media posts. This includes our blog, instagram, twitter, and facebook pages. They would also take minutes from each meeting and update them on our blog.
Our second open position is for president. I have enjoyed leading this group for a few years and seeing us grow and branch out in the community. This time, I believe the club would benefit with some new ideas and leadership. This position includes leading the officers, organizing events for the club, continuing networking for the club, and scheduling the meetings. You would have a supportive team to assist you and club members willing to help with ideas.
If you are interested in any of these positions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will talk about these positions at our next meeting and if anyone is available that is interested this Saturday, we will take a vote.
On Saturday, May 1st, The Shreveport Writers Club welcomes author Britney Winn Lee as guest speaker via Zoom.
Britney Winn Lee is the author of The Boy With Big, Big Feelings (2020), The Girl With Big, Big Questions (forthcoming 2021), Deconstructed Do-Gooder: A Memoir About Learning Mercy the Hard Way, and the editor of Rally: Communal Prayers for Lovers of Jesus and Justice.
When not writing, Britney serves as the director of Noel Community Arts Program and the editor and content coordinator for Red Letter Christians. She lives in Shreveport, LA with her husband, son, and miniature aussie, Beau.
The meeting will also include regular club business and activities.
If you would like the Zoom link and details, please send an email to email@example.com requesting the information
The Shreveport Writers Club will hold its regular meeting via Zoom on Saturday, April 3, 2021. The meeting will begin at 10 AM and will conclude around noon.
Members will discuss club business, participate in a timed flash-writing exercise, and in the Member’s Spotlight, John Brizzi will give a presentation on writing dialogue.
Members and guests are also encouraged to bring a short piece of writing to share with the group, if time allows.
A Zoom Meeting link and passcode will be emailed to Shreveport Writers Club members prior to the meeting. Members and guests who are not on the email list, should send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the link and passcode.
Members and guests may also submit a request for the Zoom link by posting on the club’s Facebook page.
Hello Writers! During our last regular meeting several members expressed a desire that we resume the informal “writer’s chat” virtual meetings.
The informal meetings are just that. There’s no set agenda or club business to discuss; it’s just writers talking about writing. This meeting will also serve as a critique meeting as well. If you have a short piece of writing to share with the group and are looking for supportive feedback, you are welcome to bring that to the virtual meeting.
The Writers Chat will be a Zoom virtual meeting on Tuesday, March 23rd at beginning at 7:00 PM. The meeting is scheduled to last two hours, but writers are welcome to come and go as they choose from 7:00 to 9:00 PM.
An email with the link and passcodes will be sent to members prior to the meeting.
Those interested in Shreveport Writers Club may contact the club at shreveportwritersclub.com for information about becoming a member and joining the email list.
The special guest speaker for Shreveport Writers Club’s September meeting will be Marvin Smith, poetically known as “Jus’ Marvin.”
Jus’Marvin is a poet, spoken word artist and actor from Shreveport, Louisiana. He has performed in Shreveport, Alexandria, San Antonio, College Station and more. His work has been featured at Write About Now , Bayou City Poetry Slam, Texas Grand Slam Poetry Festival and at Shreveport Regional Arts Council’s Critical Mass.
Jus’ Marvin is the founder of Notebook Assassins, an artist association that encourages collaboration and cooperation.
He will share his work, insights and thoughts about the art and power of poetry during the meeting.
To find out more about Jus’ Marvin and his work visit his Adobe Spark page Jus’ Marvin
The meeting will be September 7th, 10 am to Noon at the Shreve Memorial Library Broadmoor, 1212 Captain Shreve Dr, Shreveport.
Everyone is Welcome.
The next Critique Group meeting will meet at the Broadmoor Library, Study Room B, on September 21st, 2019 from 10 am until noon. You are invited to bring a short piece of writing to share or you may simply attend and give helpful, constructive advice to others.
The Writers Medley is around the corner. There are a few 5 and 10 minute slots left. Please e-mail is at email@example.com before June 2nd to let us know if you are participating.
The event with the Shreveport Art Club is around the corner. I want to take at least 25 poems to their June 4th meeting, for their members to pick from to paint. Remember, your work will be hung with an inspired piece at the Louisiana Exhibit Museum in August for the public to see. The work must be able to fit on an 8.5×11 document in 14 point Times New Roman font. You can send your doc. as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A reminder that this Wednesday is the second Shreveport Writers Club Nanowrimo Write-in. Join our Vice-President at Retro 521 Coffee, Cafe & Venue for some writing encourgement and delicious coffee.
Open for all club members and visitors are welcomed!