Don’t forget our meeting tomorrow night in the J.M. Cuelenaere Library. We’ll be in the auditorium as there is a library program in room 3. Also, don’t forget to bring your “I Am” poem for critiquing.
Tonight’s meeting went quite well. We closed a little early so that we wouldn’t be locked into the library, but we had a lively discussion on getting published in Community Voices and other publishing venues. We discussed formats and the presentation of our work. The Daily Herald is flexible, but […]
Don’t forget that our next meeting is on Oct. 15, directly after the holiday. We will be discussing submissions for the Community Voices section of the Prince Albert Daily Herald and reading work we’re considering submitting/have submitted.
I’ve talked to the editor of the Daily Herald and these are the specifications for submission that he’s given me. Short stories, articles, and opinion/observation pieces are to be no longer than 1,200 words. Poetry can be 80-100 lines long with special formatting to be noted on the submission. Any […]
The Council of Canadians has asked us to join their writing endeavors on December 10, 2018, between 7 and 8:30 pm at the library. CoCWrite4RightsPoster2018
Our assignment for the next meeting (October 16, 7 pm at the library) is “Hockey Night In Canada”. Write a short story about your experiences with hockey. You don’t have to have been a player or at a professional game. The story could be about amateur hockey or just running […]