Last Writers’ Circle meeting of the spring 2017 term this Thursday! (4/6)

The Writers’ Forum at Clarkston campus would like to invite you to attend their last meeting of the spring 2017 term this Thursday, April 6th, from 2:30 – 4 p.m. in JCLRC building, room 4100, (the room is located on the top floor of the library at the end of the hall, in The Chattahoochee Review office suite).

Writers’ Forum is a monthly free writing and critique group for you to receive feedback on your writing in progress at whatever stage it’s in. The definition of writing is generous for this group: poems, short stories, plays, screenplays, essays, letters.  Please bring copies to share with the group so that we can see your work on the page; usually, 8 to 10 copies is sufficient.  If you have a longer piece of writing, we ask that you bring no more than 5 pages.  You may prefer to just attend and listen; that’s fine, too.  Also, feel free to arrive late or leave early as your schedule requires.

All meetings are open to the larger community, and no fee is required.  If you have questions, please contact the co-advisor, Michael Diebert, at 678-891-3987.

Last March Meeting of the Writers’ Circle to meet at Clarkston this Thursday (3/23)!

The Writers’ Forum at Clarkston campus would like to invite you to attend their last March meeting this  coming Thursday, March 23rd, 2017, from 2:30 – 4 p.m. in JCLRC building, room 4100, (the room is located on the top floor of the library at the end of the hall, in The Chattahoochee Review office suite).

Writers’ Forum is a monthly free writing and critique group for you to receive feedback on your writing in progress at whatever stage it’s in. The definition of writing is generous for this group: poems, short stories, plays, screenplays, essays, letters.  Please bring copies to share with the group so that we can see your work on the page; usually, 8 to 10 copies is sufficient.  If you have a longer piece of writing, we ask that you bring no more than 5 pages.  You may prefer to just attend and listen; that’s fine, too.  Also, feel free to arrive late or leave early as your schedule requires.

All meetings are open to the larger community, and no fee is required.  If you have questions, please contact the co-advisor, Michael Diebert, at 678-891-3987.

First March Meeting of the Writers’ Forum at Clarkston this Thursday (3/9)!

The Writers’ Forum at Clarkston campus would like to invite you to attend their first March meeting this  coming Thursday, March 9th, 2017, from 2:30 – 4 p.m. in JCLRC building, room 4100, (the room is located on the top floor of the library at the end of the hall, in The Chattahoochee Review office suite).

Writers’ Forum is a monthly free writing and critique group for you to receive feedback on your writing in progress at whatever stage it’s in. The definition of writing is generous for this group: poems, short stories, plays, screenplays, essays, letters.  Please bring copies to share with the group so that we can see your work on the page; usually, 8 to 10 copies is sufficient.  If you have a longer piece of writing, we ask that you bring no more than 5 pages.  You may prefer to just attend and listen; that’s fine, too.  Also, feel free to arrive late or leave early as your schedule requires.

All meetings are open to the larger community, and no fee is required.  If you have questions, please contact the co-advisor, Michael Diebert, at 678-891-3987.

Last February Writers’ Forum meeting this Thursday (2/23) at 2:30 p.m. in Clarkston

The Writers’ Forum at Clarkston campus will be holding it’s last February meeting this month on Thursday, the 23rd from 2:30 – 4 p.m. in the JCLRC building, room 4100 (located on the top floor of the library at the end of the hall, in The Chattahoochee Review office suite.)

Writers’ Forum is a monthly free writing and critique group for you to receive feedback on your writing in progress at whatever stage it’s in. The groups definition of writing is generous: poems, short stories, plays, screenplays, essays, letters.  Please bring copies to share with the group so that we can see your work on the page; usually, 8 to 10 copies is sufficient.  If you have a longer piece of writing, we ask that you bring no more than 5 pages.  You may prefer to just attend and listen; that’s fine, too.  Also, feel free to arrive late or leave early as your schedule requires.

Meetings are open to the larger community, and no fee is required. Future meeting dates and information are available but may be subject to changes. If you have questions, please contact co-advisor, Michael Diebert, at 678-891-3987.

 

January dates for The Writer’s Circle @ Dunwoody

Express Yourself! (Open Mic!) on Nov 17 @ Decatur

The Georgia State University Perimeter College Decatur Writers Group presents “Express Yourself,” an Open Mic event and opportunity for students, faculty and staff to share their creative gifts and talents through spoken word, poetry, stand-up comedy, music and the like. Bring your talents. Let them shine!!

  • When? Wednesday, November 17, 2016: 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
  • Where? Decatur Campus, SF building, Room 2100 

Lunch will be served. Interested presenters should sign-up no later than Monday, November 14, in the Decatur Learning and Tutoring Center, SF -1200.

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