January 29, 2015
Even though skies are gray and temperatures plummet, there is no reason to shiver in the chill – simply head to your desk and keep those fingertips warm by writing the next literary masterpiece.
As your work progresses, be sure to attend WordWrite Guild meetings. Each twice-monthly meeting offers members ample opportunity to share their work for honest critique and sincere accolades.
Under the Writing tab, all writers will find a new writing assignment that is chosen by the group at each preceding meeting. Everyone is encouraged to read their piece aloud. It is always fun to hear the many variations and perspectives that stem from one prompt.
Everyone is also invited to share examples of published authors’ incredible writing – or examples of horrific grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, etc. All writers learn from one another – and sometimes those lessons are found in the most unexpected places.
As we all create and stumble and celebrate and ponder, fellow word-geeks at WordWrites Guild are there to share the process.
We are a welcoming group of writers who share a love of language and a need to put words to paper; all with a sense of fun and friendship. We are looking forward to seeing you at our next meeting!
January 1, 2015
We are happy to announce that WordWrites Guild is now on Meetup.com,
We are looking forward to meeting new writers who have learned about us through this new site.
We at WordWrites Guild hope that each of you enjoyed safe and happy holidays – and that all of those family dinners, retail adventures, and quiet moments have resulted in an abundance of inspired writing.
If you are an experienced writer who hopes to put more words on paper, complete that novel, or experiment with a different genre this year, then WordWrites Guild welcomes you. If you are a new writer who is just beginning to discover the fun of putting pen to paper, then we invite you to join our respectful and encouraging group. Our members know all too well the joy and frustration of word-wrangling, so enjoy sharing tips, lessons learned, and challenges with our writing community.
Our meetings will resume on January 15, 2015 at the NORTH DEARBORN PUBLIC LIBRARY at 6:00pm. As always, our meetings are free of charge and open to all writers of any genre or skill level.
We look forward to seeing you this month and throughout the new year.
October 6, 2014
Please join the WordWrites Guild on
Wednesday, December 10th
6 pm until 7:30 pm
Sally Stegner Depot Room
Lawrenceburg Public Library
Everyone is welcome to enjoy light refreshments
during an evening of conversation with
local writers and fellow logophiles.
We look forward to seeing you.
Please review our updated schedule, making note of each venue through March 2015.
NEW ::: Active members are invited to visit our new password-secured Members page. Members’ writing prompt submissions and works-in-progress can be viewed on this page.
We encourage all interested writers to review the current writing assignment found under the Writing Exercises & Assignments tab, above.
We look forward to seeing new faces and hearing new voices this winter. As always, all writers are encouraged to join this enthusiastic and encouraging group.
- December 4, North Dearborn; Dunevent Meeting Room #1 (our usual room)
- December 10, Lawrenceburg Library; Sally Stenger Depot Room
HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE – Members, Guests, and Public Invited – More Information to Come
- January 15, North Dearborn; Dunevent Meeting Room #1 (our usual room)
- February 5, North Dearborn; Dunevent Meeting Room #1 (our usual room)
- February 19, Lawrenceburg Library, Ewbank Meeting Room
- March 5, North Dearborn; Dunevent Meeting Room #1 (our usual room)
- March 19, Lawrenceburg Library, Ewbank Meeting Room
September 19, 2014
Hello Fellow Wordies!
We at WordWrites Guild have been a tad distracted due to some personal calamities and familial challenges – but through it all, we are still writing and reading and learning.
As summer slips into autumn, WWG members are already filling in next year’s calendar. Some topics being discussed are regional workshops, writing contests, new guests for the 2015 Conversations with Authors series, and fresh approaches to community outreach.
If you would like to lend your voice to the creative din, just drop by one of our meetings. You are more than welcome to share your literary work, your exciting ideas and your writing dilemmas.
Please go to our Calendar page for information about our upcoming meetings and special programs and events. As always, there are no fees or dues required – simply a love of language and an inclination to string words together.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
August 16, 2014
Due to scheduling conflicts, this Thursday’s meeting of the WordWrites Guild will be cancelled.
Be assured that our regularly scheduled meetings will resume on Thursday, September 4th at 6:00pm at the North Dearborn Public Library.
Please submit your work for honest, respectful and encouraging critique by Thursday, August 28th – please see our Guidelines page for more information.
We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding and continued support.
August 11, 2014
Hello Fellow Wordies!
The WordWrites Guild will be meeting at the main library in Lawrenceburg next Thursday, so this week is the time to submit your work for an honest, respectful and encouraging critique.
We are always happy to welcome new writers/new members, so feel free to bring along a friend, or two, or three!
August 5, 2014
WordWrites Guild members recently attended the Midwest Writers Workshop at Ball State University. At this week’s regular Thursday evening meeting, to be held at the North Dearborn Public Library, everyone is invited to hear about each writer’s experiences in Muncie, learn a little from each attendee, and ask plenty of questions.
Although there are no submissions to critique this week, participants are asked to share marvelous – and miserable – examples of published, and often popular, writing.
If time allows, a writing exercise will be available to anyone interested in playing with words when writing movement instead of language.
We look forward to seeing you this Thursday!