Washington County Writers’ Club Reading March 3rd, 2012!

February 29th, 2012
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Despite the popular, though often true stereotype of the writer as a moody introvert, writers need each other in order to improve. I belong to several critique  groups in the area, and one of them is the Washington County Writers’ Club. Made up of several professional and amateur  writers, the club meets monthly at the West Bend Community Library.

In order to thank the library for offering us a wonderful place to meet each and every month we’ve decided to give a one-hour presentation there March 3rd, at 10am and I hope you’ll all come out and support Washington County’s literary scene.

Here is a list of  Club members and what they’ll be reading:

Christopher Eck will read from an early draft of his children’s manuscript Skidander the Squirrel
Robert Reiter (who swears he’s not a poet) will read a selection of poems.
Jossie Holmes will be reading a brief memoir originally published in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal.
Kristin Bayer will read a selection from her current romance manuscript
John Edward Radcliffe (author of Storms on the Scottish Isles) will be reading a piece on the folklore of the remote islands of the North Atlantic.
Jacqueline Granger will read a selection from her cold war espionage thriller.
J. Nathan Couch (Me) will read a selection from the Washington County Paranormal manuscript.
There will be a brief question and answer period with the WCWC members afterward. I’m sure I’ll be hanging out long after the program is over, so come down and say hello!

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One Response to “Washington County Writers’ Club Reading March 3rd, 2012!”

  1. Gary Street says:

    I would like to learn more about your club. I live in Washington County and have written various poems and am in the process of completing my first novel. I would appreciate information regarding the club’s interests and goals are and what types of participation are involved. Thank you.

    Gary Street

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