by Zev Bagel
Starting and running a writers’ group can be as easy or as complicated as you like. I’ve experienced both kinds. I’ll talk about the easy way, since it’s up to you to develop and you may be someone who loves all the intricacies of setting up rules and memberships and roles and bank accounts.
Whichever way you want to go, here are the two things to remember when thinking about a writers’ group. It has to be fun; and it has to help each member to develop his or her own writing style. You can think of a lot more reasons to have a group, but those two will be sufficient to attract and keep people engaged.Read More»
In 2008, Nova Scotia writer André Narbonne won WFNB’s David Adams Richards Prize for his fiction manuscript Separatists which, while complete, was not long—only 98 pages.
With the encouragement of the prize, he began working to expand and develop the work, which was recently published as the short story collection, Twelve Miles to Midnight.Read More»