4 posts from month 03/2013

“You CAN Get Published” with Lloyd Lofthouse on April 21st

Need help getting your writing into print? Lloyd Lofthouse, our featured speaker for the April 21 meeting, is a good person to ask for advice. A past president of CWC’s Berkeley Branch, he helped launch our marketing group and has mentored fellow writers interested in self- publishing. Lloyd’s own self-published work has attracted recognition. His short story, “A Night at the ‘Well ...

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5th Grade Story Contest Reopens to Alameda County Public Schools

This year, as we've switched from mailing flyers to schools to emailing schools, we received entries from Contra Costa County schools and local independent schools but NO submissions from Alameda County public schools! To remedy this, we are reopening the contest just to fifth graders in Alameda County public schools with a deadline of April 17. Please urge your local Alameda County public ...

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See You Sunday!

See you this Sunday at the Oakland Public Library!  Angie Chau, author of Quiet As The Come, will be speaking about something common to all of us, The Immigrant Experience. Chau's work has been widely published, appearing in the Indiana Review, the Santa Clara Review, Night Train Magazine, and many other magazines and reviews. Her book has been reviewed by Sandra Cisneros, Karen Joy ...

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March 2013 Write Angles

Dear Members, The March issue of Write Angles is jam-packed with so much that it took us a few extra days to get it to you. Our monthly contest winner for March is Dirk Wales for his poem, "In the Garden of Hummingbirds." Read it and much, much more. Enjoy! Write Angles March 2013.pdf

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