Writers Forum Holds Multi-Genre Critique Workshop

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What: Writers Forum Multi-Genre Critique Workshop
When: Saturday (May 14), 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Where: All Saints Episcopal Church Memorial Hall, Redding CA (click for directions)

A team of experienced authors will lead a four-hour, multi-genre critique workshop. Categories include book-length, nonfiction, novels, short stories, essays and other short nonfiction, poetry, Children’s and Young Adults, and scripts for stage, screen, TV and radio. The meeting begins at 10:30 a.m. and ends at 2:30 p.m. This is a members-only program, but nonmembers may attend by joining Writers Forum at the door. Annual dues are $20.

Attendees are encouraged to bring samples of their writing to be critiqued, but that is not a requirement. Any member can attend and sit in with the group of his or her choice. Bring notepaper, pen or pencil, and lunch.

For further details call (530) 547-5303 or visit www.writers-forum.net.

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Writers Forum, a nonprofit organization founded in 1983, is dedicated to promoting writing as an art and as a profession and to supporting and inspiring writers from all over far northern California.

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