Monthly Archives: December 2010

A Bill Birse poem from our December 28th Meeting

Sharing our writing at weekly meetings with one another never seems quite enough. With the vehicle of the Writers’ Ink new blog, we will publish as much of our writing as members will allow. The Prostatelyzers by Bill Birse Casodex? … Continue reading

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Looking Back on 2010 – Part Two

The camera was not on hand for all of our events but here’s a sampling of what the Writers’ Ink gang was up to for the second half of 2010.

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Looking Back on 2010 – Part One

To be precise, the Parkland Nursery Craft and Market pictures are in December of 2009. Two of the slides are incomplete/incorrect. Please advise and corrections will be made.

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Flash Fiction at our Christmas Meeting

                                              A small but merry band meet on Tuesday, December 21 to enjoy snacks, a visit, no business … Continue reading

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Our books are now on display

Thanks to Bill Birse for the bookcase and to John Burnham for some reconfiguration! Our books are now on display in the Red Deer Arts Council office upstairs in the Scott Block (4818 50th Avenue). Diana Anderson, newly appointed Co-ordinator … Continue reading

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Skype Conversation with Sabrina Ali: Self-Publishing with Friesen Press

Our club members enjoyed a Skype conversation with Sabrina Ali that lasted for over an hour. The highlights (which amount to almost the entire chat) are recorded here in 3 parts. PART ONE PART TWO PART THREE

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Additions to our Professional Library

Bill Birse donated a variety of  books to our professional library. Thanks, Bill!    

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Skype conversation with Editor, Lori Burwash

In an ongoing series of Skype conversations with a variety of people from the world of writing, our Writers’ Ink group had the pleasure of chatting with Lori Burwash of Calgary. Our conversation appears in two parts – and would … Continue reading

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