29 January 2006

[Tas] Eastern Shore Writers - notice re 7th February

Eastern Shore Writers - Monthly Gatherings

A new monthly gathering at the Rosny Library Meeting Room aims to bring together writers and those interested in writing for their mutual benefit in sharing information, support and activities related to writing in any form or genre. Anyone with an interest in writing, at any level ­ from beginners to established authors - is invited to come along.

The first meeting is on 7th February, from 7pm ­ 9pm. Proposed activities throughout the year include workshops, guest writers and publishers, readings and sharing of participants¹ work. This is a community-based, not-for-profit group, supported by the Fellowship of Australian Writers and the Tasmanian Writers Centre ­ an opportunity for writers on the eastern shore to meet together on the first Tuesday evening of each month for mutual encouragement and support.

If you need more information you can ring Lyn on 03 6248 8496. Or just turn up on 7th February to meeting room three where you will be welcomed to share in the evening¹s activities.

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