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Cancellation of Meetings

*IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT*

ALL MONTHLY MEETINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF WOMEN WRITERS VICTORIA ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
 
Both of our venues, Ross House & Library at the Dock, have closed their doors for the time being.
The committee encourages you all to stay in touch by email and phone to lessen the isolation. This is a perfect time to work on your writing and stay positive.

Meanwhile, the March newsletter is now available here and on the newsletter page. It contains details of the Margaret Hazzard short story award, and the entry form can be printed from the competitions page here.

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MARCH MEETING CANCELLED

THE MEETING ON FRIDAY MARCH 27TH IS CANCELLED.

It seems likely that further meetings will also be cancelled as the virus situation worsens. Information will be provided on this website, on Facebook, and in newsletters. Keep in touch, stay safe, and don’t panic.

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November Meeting and Newsletter

END OF YEAR BREAKUP MEETING

Friday 29 November 11am–2pm

Library at the Dock, performance space

Launch of Sparx, issue 4 & Christmas writing competition*.

Please bring a plate to share for Christmas breakup

* A piece of writing with a festive theme in any genre. Please remember to keep it within four minutes.

NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER

The November newsletter is now available, here

and on the newsletter page.

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Fiction Seminar

There will be an all-day seminar on Fiction on Saturday 19th October, at the Library at the Dock. Guest speakers are Penni Russon, Caroline Webber and Les Zigomanis.

The poster with details for this event is here: Fiction Seminar Poster

WE REGRET TO INFORM YOU THAT THE
FICTION SEMINAR THIS SATURDAY
HAS BEEN CANCELLED
DUE TO LOW TICKET SALES

Any tickets purchased will be refunded in full.

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June Meeting

A packed and busy June meeting included a presentation by Sue Gunningham about writing memoir. This was  based on her book ‘All the Days After’, a moving account of the aftermath of losing her partner in the Black Saturday fires.

The meeting also included members talking about their own recent work, and a short talk about preparing work for publication by M L Tompsett of Tompsett Publishing.