Meet the Committee

Our 2016/17 Committee are as follows:

judymohr2 President: Judy L Mohr
Judy L Mohr is a writer of fantasy and science fiction. She is also a freelance editor with Black Wolf Editorial Services , working on projects from writers around the world. When she isn’t writing, editing or doing something for writing within the local community, she is hosting her own radio show about science on KLRN Radio. You can find out more about Judy’s various projects on her personal website or follow her on twitter (@JudyLMohr).
Portfolios: Workshops, Societal Networking.
angelaoliver Secretary: Angela Oliver
Angela Oliver is an author and illustrator, who also dabbles in formatting. She has independently published several novels, and assisted other authors through the self-publishing process. Angela also handles and administrates the Writers’ Guild Blog. She writes fantasy, generally with animal characters.
Portfolios: Blog, Newsletter, Anthology, Membership List.
 emlowe2 Co-Treasurer: Emma Lowe
Emma Lowe moved to North Canterbury from Dunedin three years ago. She promptly joined the CWG and was overwhelmed to discover not only a network of writers, but a group of people who have become close personal friends. She has been focusing on her writing ever since (at least when she’s not juggling kids and the family business). She predominantly writes romance, and is also a member of Romance Writers of New Zealand, amongst other writing organisations.
Portfolios: Newsletter
 jonelleinbread Co-Treasurer/Social Secretary: Jonelle Case
Jonelle Case is co-treasurer and social events planner for the Guild. She is currently working towards a Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communications at Canterbury University. While most of her free time is spent raising a family, she also writes Young Adult fiction while eating lollycake and stalking celebrity lookalikes.
Portfolios: Social Secretary
 chrisv Quill & Social Media Coordinator: Chris Visagie
Growing up in South Otago, Chris has always enjoyed creative writing. Mostly doing short stories and poems, it was only after finishing high school that he started to work on novel length stories. Though he currently has nothing published, he has a few projects he’s working on, mainly based around urban fantasy.As Quill and Social Media Coordinator, Chris is in charge of monitoring all forms of social media the guild is based in and to act as liaison between the main committee and any sub committees that are formed.
Portfolio: Social Media, Online Forums, Sub-committee Liason