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Write On The River regretfully announces that we have to cancel our Saturday September 27 Member Event at Van Tassel Hall. The guest agent and speaker, Genevieve Nine, is unable to attend due to a death in the family and sends her apologies. (Refunds will be sent to anyone who has pre-registered.) Remember that you can register now for our upcoming Members Workshop, “Walk and Write On The River,” an outdoor literary adventure with Derek Sheffield, Saturday October 11, 9:30 to 12:30. CLICK HERE TO REGISTERConference News. Posted on September 23, 2014.
Write On The River is thrilled to announce a great schedule of upcoming events for writers in our region. With not one but two Member events, a book-signing extravaganza, a National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) group, and another Four Minutes of Fame open mic night, you have a lot of options for awesome literary activities to get your creative juices flowing. Some of these events are still getting fleshed out, so be sure to check back here for updates, registration, etc. The dates are set, though, so get them on your calendar now! Got Books? Join other local writers at Pybus Market Saturday October 4 from 10:00 to 1:00 for a “Book Buzz” (a super-fun signing and selling event). There are limited spots for a few more WOTR members to sell their books. If you’re a Member with a published book and you’d like to participate, contact A Book For All Seasons (www.abookforallseasons.com) for more information. Walk andConference News, Upcoming Events. Posted on August 8, 2014.
WRITE ON THE RIVER presents FOUR MINUTES OF FAME THURSDAY AUGUST 7, 7:00 to 9:00 @ PYBUS MARKET (at the foot of Orondo in Wenatchee) We’ve traveled all over the place with “Four Minutes of Fame” (aka “Writers Meeting Writers”) in the last six years: Caffe Mela, Weeds, Van Tassel Center, The Ruby Theater, Milepost 111, Snapdragon, Upper Eastside Coffee Company, Sleeping Lady. . .and this August we’re giving Wenatchee’s Pybus Market a try! Sign up soon and join fellow writers for a free, informal evening of readings — bring your own poetry or prose, timed to four minutes, and enjoy the camaraderie of other writers! Or, you can choose to be part of an audience of listeners. (Note: This is not a slam, a critique session, or a competition) Readings start at 7:00. Delectable food and beverages are available at Pybus– so come early and sample the wares (South offers to stay openUpcoming Events. Posted on June 18, 2014.
Write On The River is pleased to congratulate Kimberly Smith of Eastmont High School for winning our 2014 High School Writers Competition for her short story, Violet Sleep and Steep Staircase. Kimberly will receive a $100 cash reward, generously donated by former Write On The River Keynote Speaker and NY Times Bestselling author Chelsea Cain. She will also be recognized at our Writing Conference May 16-18. We would also like to recognize our Honorable Mentions: Edan Patterson of Wenatchee High School for The Fall of Orion, and Ella Hall of Liberty Bell High School for When the Snow Fell. The panel of six judges discussed at length several excellent pieces and commented on the overall maturity of the writing style and the depth of themes. This year’s entrants have written some involving and reader-grabbing fiction! Thanks to all for submitting work to the competition.Conference News. Posted on April 17, 2014.