June 2020: Writing Diverse Stories in the 21st Century Our June program will feature Randa Tawil, an experienced teacher in comparative ethnic studies at Yale University. She has written articles on gender and race for academic and news publications and has agreed to adapt her talk for our chapter to focus on how we as … Continue reading Writing Diverse Stories in the 21st Century
Our May program will be a panel of veteran marketers and will include a discussion of how to adapt traditional marketing techniques to these difficult times. Hosted by our Vice President, Charlotte Stuart. When: May 14th at 7:00pm Where: Zoom - for Zoom access, see the May newsletter or contact us before noon on the … Continue reading Panel: Marketing in the Pandemic Age
Thursday, April 9th, 7:00pm — now on Zoom See our April newsletter or send us an email for Zoom access details. Join us on Zoom for our panel of publishing experts. Bring your questions! Claire Allen will offer tips on how to choose an editor, proofreader, or book designer. Beth Jusino will discuss pitching your manuscript … Continue reading Panel: How to Prepare Your Manuscript for Publication
Our February meeting will be a very special one: we will celebrate the life of our longtime member, Waverly Fitzgerald, who passed away on December 13, 2019 just before the paperback publication of her new Rachel Stern PI mystery, HARD RAIN, by Epicenter Press. (She was able to see the ebook edition released in November.) … Continue reading Waverly Fitzgerald: In Memoriam and HARD RAIN book launch
Thursday, January 9, 2020, at 7:00pm Stadler Room at Third Place Commons, Lake Forest Park Catherine Hendricks practiced law for 33 years, half as a trial lawyer and half as an appellate lawyer, including many years with the WA Attorney General. But she always intended to be a writer. “I’ve always thought of myself as … Continue reading Becoming Sam Gaynor: An evening with Catherine Hendricks
It's that time again! November 14, 2019 at 7:00pm Stadler Room at Third Place Commons This year’s theme is... Mysteries in The Dark of Night Interpret that as you will. Write up to 350 words. Come and share your words at our November meeting. —all are welcome, you don't have to write to join us, … Continue reading Flash Fiction night!
Award-winning author Ingrid Thoft will be the guest speaker at our meeting on Thursday, October 10th, at 7 pm in the Stadler Room, Third Place Commons, Lake Forest Park. SinC members are invited to a dinner with Ingrid before the program at 5 pm, at the Everest Kitchen, Lake Forest Park. Please RSVP by Mon, … Continue reading October 10th: Ingrid Thoft, author of the Fina Ludlow PI series