Our seven book bundles, generously donated by our member authors
Our book auction ends at the end of the month, when we hope to write a big fat check to one of our writers of color who is facing homelessness because of the Covid crisis. Please bid TODAY on one or more of these seven great "book bundles" at this link: https://cwc-berkeley.org/auctions/
"Words and Images" - books by Dirk ...
All Berkeley branch members of CWC are encouraged to enter the monthly contest in Write Angles. The theme this month is poetry. So submit your poem of 32 lines or less to Lynne at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than this Friday, February 15, with "WA Writers' Contest" in the subject line. The winner will be awarded a fabulous prize at our March meeting.
Good luck to all of you!
One of our eagle-eyed members spotted a mistake on my announcement for the workshop that's happening today. (Thank you, Kymberlie!) The workshop begins at 1:00 and ends at 4:00. The old announcement made it look like it began at 4:00. So I hope nobody is confused about the start time.
Saturday, February 2, 2013
Clubhouse 1425 Oregon Street, Berkeley 94702
This workshop, “Develo...
Dear CWC-BB Members,
Happy Jack London's birthday! In the most recent edition of Write Angles, the calendar lists his birthday incorrectly. I wanted to make sure everyone knows that Jack London was born on January 12. Thank you, Linda Brown, for catching that error and setting us straight.
While I've got your attention...be sure to come to our next meeting on Sunday, ...
Whether you’re writing a novel or a screenplay, the scene is the thing. Join author James Dalessandro as he shows us how to move from one scene to the next. That he understands scene craft and pacing should come as no surprise: he is the author of four books and a screenwriter who has been hired on more than 20 feature films. In his presentation at the November meeting, Dalessandro will ...
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Welcome back from your summer. While you were camping, traveling, sightseeing, (or maybe just continuing to work) since our June meeting, your board has been busy planning the year ahead. To get things started, we're returning to the roots of our craft. I'm excited to announce that Nick Mamatas will be our first speaker of the season. Our new speaker chair, Dave Sawle, took a class from Nick and ...