See You TOMORROW! End-of-year BOOK LAUNCH!
Our final meeting of the year will take place TOMORROW at 3pm at our Member Book Launch! Here is information on the event and links to purchase all the books!
Thank you to Fred Dodsworth for emcee-ing the event…
Welcome to new member, Jane Anne Staw, author of Small: The Little We Need for Happiness, who will be joining us last-minute…
Say you are coming on Facebook HERE! Please bring a friend!
- Plan to come a little early to find parking… and stay after for another book event and/or some socializing!
California Writers Club Book Launch
Join us in welcoming The California Writers Club to Laurel Book Store!
Meet a host of local writers and celebrate their recent releases. JoAnn Smith Ainsworth, Sheryl Bize-Boutte, Kristen Caven, Gary Durbin, Henry Hitz, Kymberlie Ingalls, Tim Jollymore, Christine Evelyn Volker, and Alice Jurow will read, with a Q&A and signing to follow. To learn more about the authors and read descriptions of each book visit: https://cwc-berkeley.org/2018/05/26/cwc-readings-2018/
The California Writers Club:
The California Writers Club was started by a group of writing professionals in the early 1900s. They met informally until 1909, when the Club was founded, with Austin Lewis as its first president. The Berkeley Branch is the founding branch of the statewide Club, which now has 19 branches and around 2000 members throughout California. We are the third oldest writers’ club in the country, currently celebrating our 100th year serving Bay Area writers.
The CWC is a nonprofit professional organization open to writers in every genre and at every level of experience, from novice to published. Our purpose is to promote fellowship and to provide practical information that supports all members in achieving their publishing goals.
The Berkeley Branch is the founding branch of the CWC, and we serve all of Alameda County. Our members enjoy being part of a rich history of Bay Area literature, tracing our club’s roots back to Jack London, Joaquin Miller, Bret Harte and Ina Coolbrith, authors who have left their mark on our local landscape.