April 8: Helen Sedwick, How to Protect Your Writing Rights and Your Wallet
May 13: Tim J. Meyers, Young Writers Contest Banquet
June 10: Molly Williams, Interior Book Design
Oct. 14: Jordan Rosenfeld, Get Intimate with Your Characters: Master POV for Dazzling Character Development
Category Archives: Programs
Join us on Saturday February 13 as we welcome Roy Mash who will be speaking about: Word Selection: Building a Strong Story Foundation Roy Mash’s poems have appeared in journals such as AGNI, Atlanta Review, Barrow Street, Nimrod, and River … Continue reading
Join us for our first event of 2016: Tamara Monosoff on Five Simple Strategies to Boost Your Income Now! Tamara is a leading entrepreneur, major author, and significant businesswoman. Participants will leave the event with clear action steps to generate more income as an … Continue reading
Chasing a Creative Dream is the subject of November’s branch program. For details, please see our Next Program and Current Events page. Reservations are due by Nov. 11 at noon and we look forward to seeing you on Sat. Nov. 14.
Back by popular demand, Amanda McTigue returns to CWC Mt. Diablo to offer us a breakfast workshop on “emotion.” Check out the details on our “Next program and events” page.
Good writing requires courage Grant Faulkner practices what he preaches. Come and hear this author and founder of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) on Sat., Sept. 12 at Zio Fraedo’s. Details on our Next Program and Events page. It’s a … Continue reading
Joshua Mohr will be our final speaker of this season on June 13. He has coined the word “Plarachterization” and will speak about the creation of character, how that character drives plot, and how the two intersection. Join us in June. … Continue reading
Winners of the Young Writers Contest are now chosen. Click on our Young Writers page and join us on May 9 to honor them and hear Marisa Moss speak on how to be a successful writer.
Winners of our Young Writers contest will be honored on May 9 at our annual even for the aspiring writers of tomorrow. Come and join us, read our winners’ poems, and give our your writers the memory of a lifetime. … Continue reading
After an informative and interesting talk by Jim Azevedo of Smashwords in January, we are re-focusing on craft for our February 14 program. Susan C. Shea will speak on Writing What We Know: What Does That Mean? Drawing on her experiences as a … Continue reading