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writing class chapel hill

Yesterday’s query letter writing workshop in Chapel Hill, NC.

We have a few new subgroups forming in Triangle Writers. A new downtown Raleigh event for writers is on the calendar, starting April 9. I’ve also chatted with a few members who plan to launch a new children’s literature critique group. You might spot some write-ins on the calendar too!


Monday, April 23, 6p-8p
Poetry on Your Plate – Carrboro, NC – I’m reading along with two other poets. I’ll share the full event write-up when I receive it. FREE


Glenn Cassidy has three poems forthcoming in the 2018 edition of Heron Clan.

Katie Gailes shares that The Holly Springs Writer’s Guild is hosting a FREE lunch-n-learn at Lulu Headquarters in Morrisville. Register soon because seating is limited. Friday, April 20th, lunch provided.

darren Gilbert novelDarren C. Gilbert traveled to Knoxville, Tennessee for a book signing February 27th at McKay’s Used Books and CDs to promote his new novel, Serpents Underfoot. Darren lives in Cary and is a member of several writing groups.

looking glass writers conferenceTara Lynne Groth (me!) published a piece in INDY Week about Chapel Hill’s FRANK Gallery relocation from Franklin Street to a local mall. She is one of three poets reading on April 23 at the Town of Carrboro’s National Poetry Month Celebration, Poetry on Your Plate. She was also accepted to Craig Johnson‘s fiction workshop at the 2018 Looking Glass Writers’ Conference to be held at Brevard College.

edward gold's bookYOU CAN BE A WRITER! is Edward Gold’s personal, matter-of-fact, approach and is refreshing and encouraging. Using his personal experiences as a writer, he offers practical advice and valuable ideas on how to overcome everyday obstacles. (Eric Maier‘s pen name is Edward Gold.)


Read the last issue: Triangle Writers 2017 Winter News.