Mar 042017

Actually I do! It’ll be at St John’s Yard from 8:00pm on Tuesday 7th, just like the calendar over there  says. So now you have no excuse. Unless you’re Mick Canning who has already made his.

For those who are not existing members of TWW an outline of a typical evening (if there is such a thing) in our company can be found HERE. It’s an ‘informal’ this time round, so no readings, but bits and bobs up for discussion will undoubtedly include updates on our Short Story Project and the impending visit of publishing house Wet Zebra coming later in the month. And if that wasn’t enough to tempt you along we will also be gearing up for another wonderful evening of wordsmithery at Javabean with Read Your Words next Thursday. Gosh, we keep ourselves busy!

With all that going on and many of our members trying to juggle commitments like family and work it may be a wee bit quieter than usual, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing for ‘newbies’ and there will still be plenty of names and faces to remember. If you get there at 8:00 we’ll be in the bar, a bit later and we’ll be in the Library Room. If you can’t spot us just ask the bar staff to point you in the right direction. Feel free also to use the ‘comment’ box below to indicate interest and we’ll keep a special eye out for you.


  4 Responses to “We’ll Meet Again, Don’t Know Where, Don’t Know When…”

  1. Ooh! A mensh!

  2. I will try my best to attend. Been a little busy since Xmas & I play in a longer league on Mondays til late. Andrew

    • Hi Andrew – Hope to see you again soon, but if you’re juggling stuff and can only make one meet this month the Wet Zebra one might be more valuable. Not that the general meets with feedback and networking aren’t valuable too, but the meet on 21st is more of a one-off opportunity! 😀

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