Our next feedback session will be on Wednesday February 13th at the Rose and Crown pub at 14 North Parade Ave, Oxford OX2 6LX. From 7pm to 10.00pm
Sorry I was ill most of Jan, shall we do a feedback on Wednesday 13th Feb. Place and time to be arranged?
Happy New Year to one and all.
This year we are going back to having feedback at the pub and events with speakers at Blackwell’s. We hope to start in March with another of Richard Skinner’s great workshops.
That means that Jan will be feedback and Feb will be feedback and planning for our new magazine. Dates to follow.
The March date is still to be decided, however, we have our dates for Blackwell’s for the rest of the year so please note:
Thursday 13th December, Blackwell’s will have its late night Christmas Shopping evening – open till 8 p,m.
Writers at Blackwell’s will meet in the cafe at 6p.m and have a general chat about the books we have liked this year. We will then join the Blackwell’s for books they recommend at 7pm as last year.
Don’t forget tonight, launch Dennis Hamley’s new books and talk about researching historical fiction at Blackwell’s Broad Street 7-9 pm. All welcome.
November 28th at Blackwell’s, 7pm-9pm
Dennis Hamley will talk about researching his new series of historic fiction books and launch his new publishing company.
JOSLIN BOOKS is Dennis Hamley’s new Young Adult imprint for anthologies of stories, both new and previously published, and new work not intended for other publishers.
JOSLIN BOOKS (paperbacks and ebooks)
Colonel Mustard in the Library with the Candlestick: four slightly weird stories
Out of the Deep: stories of the Supernatural
Yan Tan Tethera: five stories and a very tiny novel
The Bright Sea, Dark Graves trilogy
1.The Guns of St Therese
2. The Nightmares of Invasion
Our next meeting is a feedback session at Blackwell’s on Broad Street on Wednesday 24th October from 7-9pm.
Please bring a piece of writing to share if you have any, but remember we are limiting time to 10 minutes to read and 5 minutes for feedback. Someone will have a stop watch so it really is quite strict now in order to give everyone equal time.
If you have no new work, then just come along and give your feedback on the work presented.
We will also discuss plans for a literary magazine.
Our November meeting will feature Dennis Hamley who will talk about researching and writing historical fiction. The session will be at Blackwell’s on Broad Street on Wednesday 28th November from 7-9pm.