Talk Write Schedule for 2018

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Members of the Christchurch Writers Guild, plus any interested local writers, are invited to attend our monthly Talk Write sessions. These are themed discussions, intended to inspire, encourage and motivate our writers.

When: the second Monday of every month (excluding January) – see specific dates below
Where: McDonalds Merivale, 217 Papanui Road, Merivale
What Time: from 7 pm, themed discussion begins at 7.30.

We can generally be found in the boardroom, but occasionally a double-booking will see us seated at the long table near Papanui Road.

Here is our schedule of discussion topics for 2018:

Feb 12th: Where do stories come from/finding your story
March 12th: Beginnings
April 9th: The structure of story
May 14th: Setting the scene
June 11th:  Show VS Tell/Writing deeper PoV
July 9th: Writing multiple PoV characters
August 13th: Mind mapping
September 10th: Putting the fact in fiction
October 8th: Writing creative non-fiction
November 12th: Adding conflict/avoiding the “saggy middle”
December 10th: I’ve finished my book … now what?

Please note: This list is subject to change, and our AGM will be scheduled (on a different date) in May.

These meetings are open to newcomers, and you can attend as many or as few as you wish.

Hope to see you soon!

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2 thoughts on “Talk Write Schedule for 2018

    Judy L Mohr said:
    January 12, 2018 at 1:04 pm

    Why do I have feeling that you’ll be tapping on my shoulder for September: “Putting the Fact into Fiction.” I wonder if it has anything to do with the book that I have coming out around the same time.

      LemurKat responded:
      January 12, 2018 at 4:21 pm

      We would love your input, Judy!

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