We are busily putting together our programme for this year’s Literary Festival, which will take place on Wednesday 11th July. The full programme and booking details will be out within the next couple of weeks. But we can’t keep our big news secret any longer! Our headline speaker will be author and broadcaster, Kate Adie! Continue reading
Chudleigh Writer’s Circle member, Jackie Juno, is a very busy woman. She is a writer, painter, performer, singer, radio presenter, comedian and celebrant. She runs workshops in Devon and beyond, including writing and creative workshops and A Course in Goddesses. She guides people on shamanic journeys and meditations in groups and on a one-to-one basis. She’s also the Grand Bard of Exeter – and a multiple slam-winner. And if that wasn’t enough to keep her occupied, she’s just brought out another book. Continue reading
As you can see from the dates of previous posts, folks, it’s been a while since we’ve put anything on this site. But that doesn’t mean Chudleigh Writers’ Circle has gone into hibernation. Far from it! We’re gained some new members and are often bursting at the seams at each of our monthly meetings. We’ve been busy writing, publishing, performing and generally enjoying our time in the literary world. We’ve just been doing it rather quietly. Continue reading
She will be leading a session using ideas from Edward de Bono’s book “Thinking Hats”
This sounds interesting! Don’t miss this thought provoking workshop ….!
Tribute was paid to Roger Brandon who sadly passed away on 2nd January 2016. He will be greatly missed.
Maryon explored the development of character using personal objects and expressions and mannerisms.
Lucy led the session in May with a focus on voice in writing.
This proved a very challenging and interesting session, which stimulated mirth and great interest!CWC Notes on meeting 18 May 2015
See Roger’s notes for the full details!
The June session of CWC featured Sharon Cook, who gave us insights into the work and thoughts of the American writer, Robert Olen Butler, as well as illustrating very effectively how postcards can be used as an entry into story writing. In this session the focus was on flash fiction. It was very thought provoking and some interesting ideas emerged! See Roger’s report for more information!
Come with CWC to Stover Country Park on Monday April 20th!
Meet at the Information Centre at 10.00 and start with coffee/tea and a chat with a Park Ranger. A walk in the park will follow with the Ranger. There will be the opportunity to write.
Bring a picnic and stay for the afternoon if you wish. The session will end by 3.00 pm.