I still can’t believe the Guild just wrapped up its second full season.
It seems only a few months ago that a dozen or so of us were sitting around thinking, Hmmm, I wonder if there are writers in the local area who’d like to get together once a month?
If you build it, they will come. – Field of Dreams (1989)
The answer: as of now, we have 79 members. The Hemet library had to move us upstairs to their big meeting room. We normally have a minimum of 50 people at our meetings. (more…)
Our first Author Book Fair, chaired by Guild member George Gurney, was a real success. (more…)
Our August meeting was a huge success! Thanks to all of our poets who read their work, or the work of others, at our second annual Appreciation of Poetry event. (more…)
Hi everybody. I’m writing this from a hotel room in Bend, Oregon. Looking forward to tubing the Deschutes River around lunchtime, but right now I have a few hours to put this summary blog together.
Another great meeting, thanks to a fine speaker and an enthusiastic audience. More than fifty people came to hear Jeri Westerson talk about how to do historical research. She also demonstrated several medieval weapons! (more…)
I thought Memorial Day would step all over our attendance, but fifty people showed up. Yowza. (more…)
What is the best path to publishing success? Is it critical to land an agent and traditional publisher, or should you go with an indie publisher or do it yourself? (more…)
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I still can’t believe the Guild just wrapped up its second full season. It seems only a few months ago that a dozen or so…
Our first Author Book Fair, chaired by Guild member George Gurney, was a real success.
If you shy away from poetry, you're missing out on one of civilization's greatest treasures. Continue reading →
Lots of information and tips in this summary of our July Guild meeting. Continue reading →