The Sudbury Writers’ Guild will be hosting a table at the 2017 Graphic-Con at the Sudbury Arena on Saturday June 10th, 2017.
Come out and meet some of the Guild members and find out what we’re about as an organization. We’ll also have for sale at the event copies of the Sudbury Ink Anthlogy and books by members Mat Del Papa and Sabine Wilder. We’ll be located on the upper concourse at the arena next to fellow Guild member and awesome local writer Kristan Cannon who has her own table!
For more details on the Sudbury Graphic-Con check out their website here – http://graphiccon.com/
Or their Facebook Group here – https://www.facebook.com/groups/430446103783487/
Hope to see you there!
I’m very sorry to break the following news. Just minutes ago, Gail Anderson-Dargatz emailed me to tell me that a family member is in emergency at the hospital, and because of health concerns, she can’t leave B.C. and travel across Canada. She is very sad and so sorry to have to cancel the June 24th event.
Just a reminder that we will be hosting the official book launch for Sudbury Ink this Saturday (Nov 12) at the Main Branch of the Sudbury Public Library on McKenzie Street between 1-3. Come out meet the contributors and here them read from their work. Books will be available for purchase for $15 at this event.
Come for the words and stay for cake!
We’ve also been getting some great press this week surrounding the book launch.
I did an interview on CTV News at Noon with Tamara Ischenko on the 10th. See link below.
Also the interview I did with the Sudbury Star ran on the same day – Nov 10th.
If you’re unable to make the event but would like a copy of the book. Please contact us through this page to make arrangements.
The Sudbury Writer’s Guild is pleased to announce the publication of our first collection of writing by Guild members entitled SUDBURY, INK. It offers something for everyone: humour, romance, history, science fiction, and more.The anthology features 33 pieces from 17 contributors in a variety of writing styles, topics, and genres—both prose and poetry, fiction and non-fiction.
In addition to featuring many first time authors of the Guild, several noted local authors and Guild members also are featured in SUDBURY, INK. including:
The anthology will be on sale during the WORDSTOCK SUDBURY literary festival (November 3 to 5, 2016) for a special ‘event price’ of $15.00. The book will be available for purchase at BAY’S USED BOOKS as well as CHAPTERS and COLES—Sudbury locations only—for $20.00 after November 5th.
You can also order books via the Guild website for $15 plus shipping. We can only accept payment via PayPal, E-Transfer, or cheque. Use the CONTACT US form at the bottom of the website to enquire about ordering books.
An official launch will be held Saturday November 12 at the Main Branch of the Sudbury Public Library between 1 – 3 pm. The public is welcome to come out and meet some of the authors and listen to them read from their work. Books will also be available for purchase at the launch.
For more information about SUDBURY, INK., including media inquiries, please contact us via the website contact form or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us as we kick off a new season of the Sudbury Writers’ Guild:
Thursday Sept 29th, 2016.
Doors open at 6:00 pm
Meeting Begins at 6:30 pm
Come out and meet fellow local writers of all genres.
See what we’re all about and how we can help you in realizing your writing goals.
Returning members are welcome to renew their memberships at this meeting.
Prospective new members are welcome to attend without having to join at the first meeting.
If you have any questions please email us using the Contact Us form on the bottom right.
For information on location and directions please click HERE
Look forward to seeing everyone at the meeting!
The Sudbury Writers’ Guild has wrapped for another season. Join us in September when we’ll reconvene on Thursday September 29th, 2016 for a first meeting of the new 2016-17 season.
There’s lot of exciting things happening this fall including the launch of a collection of short stories and poems penned by Guild members.
Thanks to our returning members, and the new members that joined this year. It’s been a great time sharing our writing aspirations and growing as writers.
If you have events happening around the region this Summer drop us a line and I’ll be sure to post the details here.
On Sunday October 26th, Sudbury’s Poet Laureate and our very own Writers’ Guild member, Tom Leduc is kicking off an exciting new adventure, The Young Writers’ Guild of Sudbury.
The Young Writers’ Guild is a group of young people, ages 12 to 18, who meet monthly to share their common interest in all aspects of writing.
Imagine entering university with a portfolio of published work and the confidence to reach your goals. We have the tools and connections, we only need you. So come check it out, get involved and help create the kind of writing environment you want for yourself and the city.
Sundays October 26, November 30, January 25 @ 1 PM – Main Library (74 Mackenzie Street, Sudbury)
For more information contact Tom directly at: email@example.com or 705-673-1155 x4761.
Click here for poster for event: Young Writers Guild of Sudbury – POSTER
Creative writing teacher and editor Brian Henry is returning to Sudbury this spring to give a workshop on How to Make Your Stories Dramatic. Hosted by the Sudbury Writers’s Guild the workshop promises to be a popular one.
From Brian’s website – The Quick Brown Fox
This workshop is geared to both beginners and more experienced writers. We’ll look at the most important part of all stories whether fictional or true: the fully dramatized scene. You’ll learn some of the most successful tricks of the trade to make sure that you’ll never write a lifeless scene again.
We’ll look at both dialogue and action scenes. You’ll learn how to write great dialogue and how to mix it with your narrative so that the interaction between your characters comes alive. But the most difficult scenes of all are climactic action scenes; such as love scenes, chase scenes and fight scenes. Primarily using fight scenes as our examples, you’ll learn how to ramp up the tension you need for one of these high-octane performances.
For more details and to register, please visit the workshop page at Brian’s site – How to Make Your Writing Dramatic workshop, Sat, March 22, in Sudbury
Fee: $38.94 + 13% hst = $44 paid in advance.
or $42.48 + 13% hst = $48 if you wait to pay at the door.
Sudbury Writers’ Guild members get a $4 discount if they register in advance. Fee in advance for Guild members is $40.
His talk was well received and attendees came away with information about a balanced approach to e-publishing, including details regarding print on demand and eBook options. For more information on Mark Leslie’s books visit his website – Mark Leslie | Writer – Editor – Book Nerd. For information regarding his work with Kobo see – Kobo Writing Life.