Writers Roundtable

WSN’s newly launched Writers Roundtable is a monthly forum for members, prospective members and guests to gather, discuss, or diverge from a general topic of discussion in a quiet, relaxed atmosphere.


WHEN: The WSN Writers Roundtable usually meets the first Tuesday of every month.

WHERE:  6:30-7:30PM at The Coffee Press inside the Paseo Verde branch of the Henderson Public Library across from The District.



(special date) Tuesday March 7, 2017, 6:30PM

at The Coffee Press

- This month’s topic: “Welcome to the Rest of Your Life: Telling the Coming of Age Story, at Any Age.”


Free for members and first-time visitors,

$5 for non-members.


The WSN Writers Roundtables launched over a discussion about the ethics of celebrity journalism, specifically the Rolling Stone Sean Penn/El Chapo article and the ethics of secrecy when interviewing a criminal. It evolved into a lively discussion about the trend towards celebrity journalism in general … and the Roundtable was formed.



WSN’s first Writers Roundtable, Tuesday March 1, 2016 at The Coffee Press


Our official inaugral roundtable happened on Tuesday March 1, 2016 and was led by UNLV professor and new WSN Board Member Greg Blake Miller. It evolved into a spirited discussion about using personal travel experiences and emotional memory in our writing. We closed the joint and the conversation spilled into the parking lot. The same thing has happened every time so far. So stop by and talk about writing with other writers this next time!


(TOPICS: If you would like to suggest a topic, or offer to lead a discussion, please send an email to ‘nevadawriters(at)gmail(dot)com’ with the Subject: Writers Roundtable Suggestion.)


Past Topics Include:

“Bringing Life (and Lives) to the Page: The Joy and Challenge of Creating Memorable Characters.”

“Home: What It Means To You And What It Means To Your Characters”

“Imbuing Your Life Experiences Into Your Writing, Your Characters and Your Stories”

“Saving Your Darlings” – what you love about your own writing and why you write

“Beginnings” – a discussion of how and when to grab your readers.