Meetings

To all PWP members and the general public: OK. We know most of you don’t write poetry. In fact, you’ve probably never even thought about writing poetry. Well, we’re giving you a reason to think about it. The Professional Writers of Prescott is asking all its members to write a short poem. We would like you to bring it and read it at the next regular meeting on Wednesday, June 22. Your poem can be about anything. It can rhyme or not. Maybe you would like to put the trials and tribulations into poetry of dealing with family while writing your memoir. It’s possible the space captain in your newest sci-fi novel is ready to wax poetic about the stars while traveling to Betelgeuse. For all you romance writers out there, this is a no-brainer. And to all of you that do write poetry, there is no excuse for you not to shine for your peers that night. All we ask is that you keep it to five minutes. After everyone who wants to read has read, we will hopefully have additional time for you to present more poetry if you bring additional material. The reading order will be determined on a first to sign up/first to read basis. So join us on June 22 at 6 PM at the Prescott Valley Library for PWP’s first Bring a Poem to the Meeting Night. If you want to be on the reading list, please drop me an email at sghealey@aol.com and put “Poetry Night” in the subject area. Thanks and we look forward to seeing you then.

PWP general meetings are held at the Prescott Valley Public Library, in the Crystal Room, 6:00pm – 7:45pm.

Professional Writers of Prescott invites writers of all ages and levels (from beginner to published) to attend any of our meetings. For more information about the individual meetings or about joining PWP, contact Marian Powell, Membership Chairperson. You may email her at mepowell@cableone.net or visit our website at PrescottWriters.com.

Upcoming Meetings*:

July 27, 2016:  Networking – connect with other members of PWP

August 24, 2016:  Birds of a Feather – discover who else writes in your genre and join in breakout group discussions

September 28, 2016:  Creative Writing 101: How We Write Novels, Memoir, and Poetry – with Elaine Jordan (this meeting will be held in the Children’s Program Reading Room on the 2nd floor)

October 16, 2016:  Research and Resources – with Ted Johnson and Susan Lanning (this meeting will be held in the Auditorium)

November 16, 2016:  Your Writing Future – with Jeannie Leighton

December 14, 2016:  Annual Holiday Party (for members and their guests)

*Please check website each month as program scheduling may change.

 

Member perks for 2016:

The following workshops are scheduled for 2016. All are on a Saturday from 10:00am – 2:00pm at the Prescott Valley Public Library. There will be a ½ – 1-hour lunch scheduled and each room has a refrigerator. There are also several places close by to get a sandwich. Each of the following workshops are free to members. We do request that as each workshop nears you register for that particular one (so the presenters know how many handouts, etc. to be prepared for). Anyone interested please sign up at the PWP Wednesday night meetings or contact Steve Healey, sghealey@aol.com.

Upcoming Workshops:

September 24, 2016: “Writing with Group Energy V” with Marian Powell and Jeannie Leighton. Children’s Program Room (second floor)

We need volunteers! and have such a wonderful pool of talent among our membership. If you have a few hours a month available, please consider sharing them with us. Contact Marian Powell (mepowell@cableone.net) for more information. Also consider taking on a Board position for the following membership year.

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Ever wonder what it’s like to write with a partner? Chris and Leslie Hoy will discuss their experiences at the May 25, 2016 PWP meeting. Chris Hoy is the author of the book and play, The Elk in the Attic. Both Chris and Leslie have published several articles for the Prescott Courier. Leslie Hoy also has a short story in an anthology.

PWP general meetings are held at the Prescott Valley Public Library, in the Crystal Room, 6:00pm – 7:45pm.

Professional Writers of Prescott invites writers of all ages and levels (from beginner to published) to attend any of our meetings. For more information about the individual meetings or about joining PWP, contact Marian Powell, Membership Chairperson. You may email her at mepowell@cableone.net or visit our website at PrescottWriters.com.

Upcoming Meetings:

June 22, 2016              Open Mic Night for poets.

July 27, 2016              Networking – connect with other members of PWP

August 24, 2016         Birds of a Feather – discover who else writes in your genre and join in breakout group discussions

*Please check website each month as program scheduling may change.

Member perks for 2016: The following workshops are scheduled for 2016. All are on a Saturday from 10:00am – 2:00pm at the Prescott Valley Public Library. There will be a ½ – 1 hour lunch scheduled and each room has a refrigerator. There are also several places close by to get a sandwich. Each of the following workshops are free to members. We do request that as each workshop nears you register for that particular one (so the presenters know how many handouts, etc, to be prepared for). Anyone interested please sign up at the PWP Wednesday night meetings or contact Steve Healey, sghealey@aol.com.

Upcoming Workshops:

June 4, 2016: Kristen Kauffman “Relinquishing Expectations During Plotting.” Crystal Room (third floor)

September 24, 2016: “Writing with Group Energy V” with Marian Powell and Jeannie Leighton. Children’s Program Room (second floor)

We need volunteers! and have such a wonderful pool of talent among our membership. If you have a few hours a month available, please consider sharing them with us. Contact Marian Powell (mepowell@cableone.net) for more information. Also consider taking on a Board position for the following membership year.

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April 27, 2016: Member Readings

by Jeannie on April 10, 2016

The April 27, 2016 membership meeting will be held at the Prescott Valley Public Library, in the Crystal Room, 6:00pm – 7:45pm. PWP Members are invited to read their work to their peers. Readings are limited to 10 minutes per person. If someone would like to have their writing read for them, please contact Steve Healey at sghealey@aol.com. Availability to read is on a first come, first served basis.

Professional Writers of Prescott invites writers of all ages and levels (from beginner to published) to attend any of our meetings. For more information about the individual meetings or about joining PWP, contact Marian Powell, Membership Chairperson. You may email her at mepowell@cableone.net or visit our website at PrescottWriters.com.

 

Upcoming Meetings*:

April 27, 2016 — Member Readings

May 25, 2016 — Chris Hoy/panel: Collaborative Writing

June 22, 2016 — Poetry Panel: What’s This Thing Called Poetry All About

July 27, 2016 — Networking

August 24, 2016 — Birds of a Feather

*Please check website each month as program scheduling may change.

Member perks for 2016: The following workshops are scheduled for 2016. All are on a Saturday from 10:00am – 2:00pm at the Prescott Valley Public Library. There will be a ½ – 1 hour lunch scheduled and each room has a refrigerator. There are also several places close by to get a sandwich. Each of the following workshops are free to members. We do request that as each workshop nears you register for that particular one (so the presenters know how many handouts, etc, to be prepared for). Anyone interested please sign up at the PWP Wednesday night meetings or contact Steve Healey, sghealey@aol.com.

Upcoming Workshops:

April 16, 2016: “Writing with Group Energy IV” with Marian Powell and Jeannie Leighton. Children’s Program Room (second floor)

June 4, 2016: Kristen Kauffman “Relinquishing Expectations During Plotting.” Crystal Room (third floor)

September 24, 2016: “Writing with Group Energy V” with Marian Powell and Jeannie Leighton. Children’s Program Room (second floor)

We need volunteers! and have such a wonderful pool of talent among our membership. If you have a few hours a month available, please consider sharing them with us. Contact Marian

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