Lit Cake Contest
(How to Win the Coveted Golden Fork Award!)
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OVER 100 YEARS OF SERVING BAY AREA WRITERS
May 15, 2015
We hope all members can join us on Sunday for a very special meeting, featuring our own Alon Shalev as an expert on serial fiction for youth.
We will also be electing officers for next year. Please be sure to come and vote for our club leadership! Your voice is welcome, and important.
May 15, 2015
Please join us at the Awards Ceremony on June 7th, 2015, to hear some of these stories read out loud by the authors!
April 30, 2015
Please join us on Sunday, June 7th, at the Oakland Public Library, in celebrating our community’s young writers! The winners of the California Writers Club – Berkeley Branch will be awarded with prizes and praise, and selected winners will read their stories.
Where: Oakland Public Library Main Branch, Bradley C. Walters Community Room. (location info)
When: 2-4pm, Sunday, June 7th
Who: Students, Teachers, Families
This event is free and open to the public! Please invite your friends and family in celebrating the creativity of our children and the triumph of our teachers.
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See you there!
February 17, 2015
CWC – Speaker – Fred Zehnder_burstNative Californian Fred Zehnder is the publisher of two weekly East Bay newspapers; The San Leandro Times and The Castro Valley Forum.
His career in broadcasting began in 1952 at KHUM radio in Eureka. He served as the broadcast director in the Army’s information office at Fort Bliss, Texas, where his immediate superior was Sam Donaldson (ABC News).
Mr. Zehnder has worked with KPIX, CBS, KOVR and KGO before settling in with KTVU as news director, a position he held for 23 years until he retired in 1999. He has won 5 Emmy awards. “Nearly my entire career in journalism has been as a TV cameraman, assignment editor, producer and manager, and now as a community newspaper editor.” Zehnder was considered a respected journalist who insisted on fairness and accuracy.
This will be a chance to talk intimately with someone who knows the ins and outs of journalism and the entire scope behind the lens. Please come to this discussion forum and have your question ready to participate in this incredible opportunity!
Fred Zehnder, 81, lives in Alameda with his pet rabbit. He collects antique printing equipment and classic broadcast microphones. You can learn more at http://www.ebpublishing.com
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Our CWC featured author will be historical fiction writer Sue Mote, author of Hmong and American.