Author Archives: Richard Nagel
Please join us at our regular general meeting, this Thursday, May 19, 7 p.m., at Landon Library, Wortley Village, London. Here’s some of what’s on tap for this month’s meeting.
On Saturday, May 28, the London Writers Society heads to Singing Brook Farm, where our hosts, Steve and Linda Van Winden, will introduce us to some big, beautiful Belgian horses. If you have ever written about horses, stables, wagons or … Continue reading
Stella Preda, based in the Hamilton area, invites London writers to notify her of literary events, for posting her blog, Literary Connexions.
Last June 21, the London Writers Society produced FringeWords 2010, part of the London Fringe Festival. Ten members of the society read from their works, all of which featured a London location. We’re going to do it again this June, … Continue reading
During our February monthly meeting, back at our usual venue at Landon Library, we’ll hear from London playwright Lynda Martens. Among her many plays, Naked in the Kitchen was first produced at the London One Act Festival, then developed into … Continue reading
Sue Reynolds from Writers’ Community of Durham Region writes, Would you please let your members know about this opportunity? Thanks so much.
London Writers Society and London Community Players are starting a brand new playwriting group in February. The new group is open to both new and experienced playwrights who want support, feedback and exposure. The group is not a teacher-led class. … Continue reading
We had our monthly meeting at the usual time, 7 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month, in this case, Jan. 20. But we didn’t meet at the usual place, Landon Library in Wortley Village. This time we gathered … Continue reading
No one understands the desperate dedication of the writer better than THE ONION. As shown in this inspiring commentary.
Heather Newton writes, Thought you might be interested in this. I’m entering, maybe after it’s over we can compare stories (if you do it).
Larry Regan writes: Hello: I wanted to let you know that my wife, Denyse Gervais Regan, has a Christmas story in the current DEC/JAN edition of the monthly magazine, OUR CANADA.