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Annual General Meeting Agenda

Agenda – Red Deer Writers’ Ink   – Annual General Meeting –  May 2/2017 There will be no Learning Tuesday on May 2/2017.  The Annual General Meeting will be held in its place. Adoption of  New By-Laws Prioposed by By-Law … Continue reading

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Writers’ Ink Anthology Book Launch!

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Christmas Meeting Schedule and Learning Tuesdays…and Santa!!!

Dec 6th – Learning Tuesday with our own Dazzling Danielle (Lauranne’s words!) telling about the beats in novel design. December 20th – Pot Luck Christmas Celebration. Bring along a Christmas story or poem or tradition to share with the group along … Continue reading

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How to Keep Your Novel Captivating for Your Readers

Upcoming on November 1st’s Learning Tuesday, teacher and writer Lyle Meeres will guide us through Stephen King’s nonfiction book, On Writing. He will focus on three topics presented by the King of Horror: 1) Theory and writing tools for developing prose.  2)  Important elements for … Continue reading

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Double Reading: with Authors Rea Tarvydas and Lori Hahnel

Please Join Us for a Double Reading: with Authors Rea Tarvydas and Lori Hahnel Friday: October 28, 7:00 pm The Coconut Room, Sunworks, 4924 50th Street, Red Deer, Alberta T4N 1X7 Join us in the Coconut Room for an evening … Continue reading

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Come to the Funny Side of the Street!

Please join us for an evening of writing and humour lead by writer and teacher, Lyle Meeres! Lyle will discuss how to use humour in our writing on Tuesday, October 4th at 7:00 at the Sunnybrook Farmhouse! It’s sure to … Continue reading

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Why Writers Need to be Readers

Our next Learning Tuesday on September 6th, will feature writer and teacher, Lyle Meeres. His topic, “Writers as Readers”, will explain why writers need to be readers and suggest what writers can utilize from their reading when they turn to … Continue reading

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