GET TICKETS NOW FOR 3rd Annual PLAY FESTIVAL!
Call 707-523-4185 to book performances at 6th Street Playhouse
June 27, Thursday 8:00 pm—Opening Night
June 28, Friday, 8:00 pm
June 29, Saturday, 2:00 and 8:00 pm (Also 10:00 am, Workshop on Plays)
June 30, Sunday, 2:00 pm (4:30 pm, Meet the Playwright)
More information, click here!
Sunday, July 14th, 2:00-5:00 pm
Listen to snippets from a host of good books, pick up some great new reads, and join all of us in celebrating our writers’ publication successes! Seventeen members of Redwood Writers proudly bring forward their new literary efforts.
For a fantastic, enticing flyer, click Here.
Featured writers and their works include: Bert Botta, Fast Lane to Faith: A Jet Jockey’s Search for Significance; Robbi Sommers Bryant, Dream; Joelle Burnette, Cancer Time Bomb: How the BRCA Gene Stole My Tits and Eggs; Arlette Dawdy, Huachuca Woman; Martha Adelle Dunlop, I Was There…When; Pamela Fender, Beside Myself: Recovery from My Family, Betrayal and Estrangement; Laura McHale Holland, The Ice Cream Vendor’s Song; Sue Hultberg, Brain Injury Advocates; Jeanne Jusaitis, Lilah Dill and the Magic Kit; Jo Lauer, Best Laid Plans: A Cozy Mystery; Joan Martin, Little Bear Learns to Fly; Arlene Miller (as JoJo Baker), Trashy Novel: Four College Girls on a Path; Mary Ames Mitchell, The Search for My Abandoned Grandmother: A History of Family Blessings; Harry Reid, The Concert: The Diary of Frederigo Alfieri; Linda Loveland Reid, Something in Stone; Helena Sedwick, Coyote Winds; and Nina Tepedino, If You Lived in Sam’s Neck.
Admission to Redwood Writers monthly meetings is generally $8 for non-members. For the Author Launch, the fee is being waived. This is the perfect opportunity for anyone who is interested in learning more about this local branch of the California Writers Club and what it has to offer in terms of workshops, contests, featured speakers, and more.
AUTHOR SUPPORT GROUP: Meets every month, 1:00-2:15 pm, before the general meeting.
Sunday, August 11, 2:30–5:00 pm
A good writing income is closer than you think. Join veteran commercial writer Peter Bowerman in a practical, info-packed session as you explore what commercial writing is, what qualities you need to succeed, how to build a portfolio, where the work is, how to find it, what to charge, how good you have to be, and more.
Freelancers who make above-average livings often know something other writers don’t: That adding “commercial” writing to their mix offers the opportunity to make $60 to $125-plus an hour, giving them the time and space to pursue their “bliss” writing. In today’s downsized business world, companies of all sizes pay freelancers handsomely to handle many writing tasks.
Peter Bowerman is a veteran commercial freelancer and business coach, is the self-published author of the three award-winning Well-Fed Writer titles on lucrative commercial freelancing—writing for companies, and for hourly rates of $50-125 or more. (www.wellfedwriter.com). The 2010 compilation of the two original editions—TWFW and TWFW: Back for Seconds — was a winner of four industry awards.