We are going to be adding more content to the website, both tips and links, and posts of some of the best writing from our members.
We’re at the Lindfield Arts Festival on Saturday 22nd!
Do come and join us if you can. We’re part of the main literary programme in a big pink tent on the common:
Waterstones and West Sussex Libraries are there too, so good chance to promote your work too, we have a table for anyone who wants to display anything!
any queries, let me know … otherwise see you there
… our next regular meeting is Friday, 19th October with a theme of ‘rock metal vibration’ for your 200 words
We’re meeting this Friday, the 14th at 7:30pm in the library.
We’ve come forward a week because the following Saturday, the 22nd, we’re at the Lindfield Arts Festival … just posted details on our facebook page!
It’d be great if you could come along and support … it’s a great chance to raise our profile! Do let me know if you’re happy to help with the sessions on the day. We’re in the big pink tent on the common, where there’s a literary programme for the rest of the day … looks a really strong line-up!
For this Friday, you’re invited to bring along 200 words under the theme of ‘jazz online‘, which you are free to interpret as creatively, as you like.!
We’ll then do some writing exercises … and head to the pub for 9:00pm!
see you there,
Will be on Friday Nov 23rd.
The time, as usual is from 7:30pm in Haywards Heath library – we finish about 9pm.
PLEASE NOTE: this is the week after our usual schedule of the third Friday in the month.
If you want to bring some writing (200-250 words) with you, the suggested topic words are
Use them any way you like! There are no right or wrong interpretations! Some of us often try and twist them into something less than obvious – or down right tenuous!
Or you can take them at face value as a word or words to try and inspire or incorporate into a short piece of writing!
What do they make you think of?
Sketches for their “February Frolics” are usually up to about 10 minutes long – frequently much shorter, and have only carry on props & furniture as opposed to any special set. The cast is usually a few people – but monologues or larger number of characters are possible.
Last year with three performances they were performed to a local audience of about 270.
They are happy to recieve complete sketches or just ideas or suggested outlines to discuss:
See their writers’ page for more details