Saturday, April 15| 10:00a-3:30p
Milton Rhodes Center, 251 Spruce St N, Winston Salem
Free to WSW members, $25 non-members (inquire re: courtesy rates for local writers groups) Why not consider joining WSW? Annual membership is $36. Join onlinehttp://www.wswriters.org/membership or become a member at the workshop or via USPS mail.
To register for the workshop email@example.com. Seating is limited. You will receive an email confirmation.
Meeting of the Minds March 11 | 10:00a-12:00p Milton Rhodes Center, 251 Spruce St, conference room (lobby level).
Free, no registration. Our many programs specifically focus on mastering the craft of writing. This year we are adding a new series that will enrich your resources of information in a more general way. Please join us March 11 for the first of four quarterly talks for members, we’re calling a Meeting of the Minds. Writers never know where inspiration will come fro
Keith Flynn Master Class
February 18 | 9:00a-12:00p Location: R J Reynolds High School Library, 301 N Hawthorne Rd, Winston Salem
Cost: $20 members, $40 nonmembers (cash or check only, upon arrival) To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org . You will receive seating confirmation and poetry submission instructions Participants are invited to send two poems in advance, for analysis by the class, and at least twenty copies of each poem. Any work
January 2017 Craft Development Series
Writing Resolution: Kicking Off the New Year on the Write Foot Winston-Salem Writers is pleased to present our January craft development series – “2017 Writing Resolutions: Kicking the New Year Off on the Write Foot.” For three consecutive Saturdays – January 14th, 21st, and 28th , WSW will host three local literary talents in workshops open to the public. All workshops will be in the conference room of the Milton Rhodes Center, 10AM-
Romance, Mystery, And A Glimpse Back In Time
Monday, December 5 | 7:00p
Location: Scuppernong Books, 304 South Elm Street, Greensboro
Romance, mystery, and a glimpse back in time. Join Steve Lindahl for a reading and discussion of his new novel, Hopatcong Vision Quest. #Programs
Poetry In Plain Sight, Live!
Saturday, November 12 | 2:30p-4:30p
Location: New Winston Museum, 713 Marshall St., SW, Winston Salem
Join Winston--Salem Writers for ‘Poetry in Plain Sight, Live! featuring poems from the Fall season: September, October, and November.
Poems will be included from: Barbara Mellin, Pam Baggett, Caroljean Gavin, Renee Butner, Glenis Redmond, Gabrielle Brant Freeman, Barbara Presnell, Terri Kirby Erickson, Becky Gould Gibson, Grace Ellis, Peg
The Art of Failure: Creativeity and the Benefits of Not Always Succeeding Monday, November 28 | 7:00p-8:30p
Location: Reynolda Branch Library, 2839 Fairlawn Dr., Winston-Salem
Cost: Free and open to the public; registration is encouraged to ensure seating.
Parking: Free parking is available at the library at the Reynolda Manor shopping center across the street John McNally will talk from his book (forthcoming, University of Iowa Press) about th
Writers Group of the Triad:
How Did You Get Yourself Published
Saturday, November 19 | 1:30p-4:00p Location: Broome Hall, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 607 North Greene Street, Greensboro
Cost: WGOT members $20/Nonmembers $30/Students with I.D. $5. Cash or check; pay at the door.
To register: Call or text Diana Engel at 336-329-3768 by Saturday, November 5.
Writers Group of the Triad: How Did You Get Yourself Published.
As writers, we see our ultimate goal as publi