Welcome to Watford Writers
Busting Through Your Creative Writing Block
- an interactive workshop run by Cynthia Marsh
Gathering every Monday to share stories, poetry and writing tips, Watford Writers has been in existence for almost ten years
A group of local individuals who love to write, we have a variety of writing styles, passions and interests - some of us are published ... most of us are not! We welcome anyone who shares an interest in writing, likes to hear stories, would like to offer and receive constructive critique AND who likes to have a laugh whilst enjoying the company of like minded friends!
Meetings start promptly at 7.30 pm every Monday from 13th April at the ODDFELLOWS HALL, 22 The Avenue, Watford. WD17 4NS
There are a limited number of parking spaces behind the hall, free parking further down The Avenue after 6.30, or the public car park in the centre (called The Avenue car park) in the roundabout by the library. There are also parking meters at the bottom of Malden Rd which are free in the evening.
No subscriptions, just pay £3.50 at the door and enjoy the evening including free coffee and biscuits
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****Harrington Trophy Winners****
(with Linda Spurr)
All the World's a Stage
Readers of Shortlisted Stories
L to R
Brian Bold, Penelope Rowland, Trevor Spinage
David Rose, Sally Campbell, John Ward
Steve Clifford, Helen Nicel, Jan Rees
****Writer's Block Winners****
Thanks to James Bartlett for judging Watford Writers' first attempts at screenplays
A Bridge Not Far Away
The Other Woman
Sunspots and Squarials
The Panto Writers
Sue Hampton and Leslie Tate
gave us an intriguing insight into the purple of their new books.
Sue's Flashback and Purple and Leslie's Purple
ran her first workshop and lead us in an inspiring experience of Poetry Therapy
gave us entertaining and gripping talk about scriptwriting
revealed the secrets up of web marketing essential for promoting our writing
Things We Have in Common
Many thanks to Tasha Kavanagh, for telling us the story of the path to publication of her very successful first novel. Many of us are enjoying reading it now.
Follow Tasha on her Twitter account.
Many thanks to Linda Spurr for an entertaining and informative evening.
Check out her handout and some useful websites for editing tools by clicking here.
Watford Live! 2015 Richard Harrington
Literature and Art Challenge
Click on title to read the story
Louise Broadbent - The Alley
Third Place =
John Ward - Return of the Tooth Fairies (pictured)
Paul White - A Cereal Offender
Other Shortlisted Stories
Rosie Bristow - Beyond the River
Rob Summers - Flight of the Fairies
Penelope Rowland - Last Stop
Jan Rees - Let's Pretend
Carol Mathews - One Wish
Cynthia Marsh - The Story Teller
Copies of the winning stories on Watford Observer Website
The Other Shortlisted Stories
Watford Writers reading War Poems at Watford Museum
- part of VE Day Commemorations
Social at our new venue
with special guest Richard Harrington, MP for Watford
OUR LAST MEETING AT THE CHA CAFE.
FAREWELL TO 10 YEARS OF GREAT MEMORIES
OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY!