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Writers Roundtable – June 2020

Writers Roundtable 

(A monthly, informal discussion where we talk about topics relevant to today’s working author.)

Tuesday, June 9th, 2020

from 6-7:15 PM 

VIRTUAL ZOOM MEETING (in 2-parts)

Meeting ID: 791 1102 5539
Password: 8c38ug

(if you did not receive the dial-in instructions but would like to join us, contact us and we will be happy to send them to you)

 

Topic: “The World And You”

Join us for our next Virtual Roundtable in conjunction with Olympian Creative.

This month, we’ll discuss techniques for weaving your personal story with the public story of your times. Each of us lives in the world and is shaped by its complexities; in turn, we act in the world and help change it in subtle ways. This interaction is a rich vein for creative writing that is at once personal and public. Feel free to bring examples from your favorite authors or from your own work. The Roundtable is an excellent opportunity to discuss both the craft and the deeper themes of creative work in a complex world. Olympian Creative director and UNLV writing professor Greg Blake Miller will host the session. We look forward to seeing you!

(FREE!!! FREE!!! FREE!!!)

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Writers Roundtable June 12, 2018

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 from 6:30-7:30PM 

This month’s topic:  “The Use of Wit and Humor In Serious Writing”

What does the lighter touch do for the author and the reader?  Bring your favorite examples, or examples of your own work to read and discuss.

This is an important subject for those of us who earn extra income by writing for blogs, magazines and other non-fiction markets! Don’t miss it!

Moderated by local journalist and humorist Diane Taylor. 

WHERE: Writer’s Roundtable discussion group – Coffee Press, Paseo Verde Library in Green Valley Ranch.

(WSN members & first-timers free, non-members $5)

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February 2018 Writers Roundtable

Open Discussion – What are you looking to accomplish in 2018?

What tools, resources or partnerships would you like to find to help you accomplish those goals?

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