Hello, and welcome to opportunities to publish your writing, whether or not you live on the Mendocino Coast.
Saturday, October 10th, 4-6 p.m.
See WMC members’ writing matched with artwork as hung in the Artists Co-Op Gallery
This will be the last event at the gallery's current location and
perhaps the last Ekphrasis for several years
Artists Co-Op of Mendocino, 45270 Main St., Mendocino
2nd floor above Ocean Quilts. Stairs only; no wheelchair access
Members, please bring a finger food to share
Thursday, October 15th, 6:00 p.m.
will feature all writers who participated in Ekphrasis IV, reading
their works while a slide of the artwork is shown
Readers, please RSVP to Katherine Brown firstname.lastname@example.org whether you
or your chosen substitute will read on Thursday evening
RECITAL OF POEMS SET TO MUSIC
FBCA Coast Chamber Concerts
Sunday afternoon, Oct. 11, 3:00 pm at Preston Hall
Poets include Anna Akhmatova, Paul Verlaine, and others (translations available)
Soprano Paula Wilder-Gaubert and pianist Daniel Lockert
Advance tickets ($20) may be purchased in Fort Bragg at Harvest Market, and in Mendocino at Out of This World. Tickets are $25 at the door.
French professor of poetry at the University of Poitiers,
M. Alain Gaubert, he will be in attendance, and available for questions.
SEND YOUR WRITING TO SENIOR CENTER GAZETTE
Hi Everyone, I'm starting to put together the Oct/Dec Senior Center Gazette,
and I have very little in the way of contributions. I'm very inclusive and would love to get some new material from you all and your friends.
Thanks in advance, Rick
Rick Banker, Editor, Redwood Coast Senior Center Gazette
MENDOCINO COAST WRITERS CONFERENCE 2015 PICTURES !
SEPTEMBER 17th MOLLY DWYER "The Plot Thickens" WELL ATTENDED!
There is no such thing as a perfect plot. On the other hand, good fiction doesn't just happen, it’s designed. We looked at how to develop plot organically, not by formula, but by instinct and discovery. We talked about what plot is and what it is not, what makes it work. We talked about how to develop a powerful storyline by attending to synchronicity and unconscious clues. This exploration was not about laying out a plotline and following it,but about how to walk into the wilderness of an idea and find your way through to meaningful and unpredictable resolution.
SMATCHUP 2015 Results of eighteen writers blindly matched for a collaborative writing project with another writer. READ 2014 STORIES
ROLLING RECAP OF MONTHLY MEETINGS
Welcome to the Mendocino Coast branch of the California Writers Club founded in 1909. We are proud to share in this legacy.
Our intention is to expand the network and opportunities for writers here on the Mendocino Coast.
MENDOCINO WRITERS MEET ON THE 3RD THURSDAY 6:00
Garden Room - Mendocino Hotel
Writers of the Mendocino Coast
PO Box 762 Fort Bragg, CA 95437
NEW MEMBERS $65 includes $20 initiation fee. More information on the website's Membership page.
Yearly renewal is $45.
Membership includes a copy of the club's recent anthology, copies of our state organization's Literary Review magazine, space for member biographies, and opportunities to see your writing in:
-The 2017 Anthology Writers of the Mendocino Coast MENDOCINO,
submissions to open April 1, 2016 and close August 31, 2016
-The Literary Review is published by our parent, California Writers Club. More info at www.calwriters.org
-The yearly collaboration, Ekphrasis, with the Artists Coop of Mendocino
Financial aid is available for membership WritersMendocinoCoast@GMail.com
MEMBER WRITING PROJECTS:
Our third anthology is available at Gallery Bookshop, in Mendocino, The Bookstore and Vinyl Cafe, and Visit Mendocino, both in Fort Bragg. Gualala area is Four-Eyed Frog country! GO INDIE !
To purchase by mail, send a message to WritersMendocinoCoast@Gmail.com.
CALIFORNIA WRITERS CLUB