Monthly Archives: November 2018

School For Writers

This week, CWC member Maureen Williams  tells us about a recent training workshop in Bristol which she highly recommends. Continue reading

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Reflections on Collaboration

AC 2The Art of Collaboration exhibition in Teignmouth is now closed. This week, CWC Vice Chairman, Anne Chinneck reflects on the project that has taken nearly two years to come to fruition. Continue reading

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The Power of Networking

IMG_2068CWC member, Elizabeth Ducie, was on BBC Radio Devon this week, on the Michael Chequer show. He was featuring all things book-related and had invited Devon Book Club founder, Ian Hobbs to talk about how he set up the network, which in just four years has grown to more than 3000 members across four platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads and YouTube. Ian asked for a couple of volunteers to join him. Elizabeth, who is no stranger to the Plymouth studio and can be found there a couple of times each year recording Pause for Thought, jumped at the opportunity. Continue reading

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Fireworks and (Some) Success

FireworksIt was a busy night in Teignmouth, and when we saw the crowds of people streaming across the car park, we thought briefly they were all headed for TAAG. But no; we had chosen the date of the annual firework display as the night we would launch our exhibition with a private viewing. So apologies to anyone who struggled with parking. Continue reading

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