By Linda Donaldson
Our next meeting of the Writers Guild will be Sunday, July 21st from 1 to 3pm at Pearl S. Buck’s historic home – Green Hills Farm, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA 18944. We welcome all writers to join us as we share our work for friendly discussion and critique.
The Guild is excited to welcome author Paul Sullivan and his friend Eileen Gantley to our July meeting. Though Paul hasn’t attended our meetings for awhile, he has been writing and publishing nonetheless. His new book, A Thousand Tears, is about the Great Irish Famine of 1845 to 1849. We include a link here to his publisher’s author page listing Paul’s eight novels with them. Continue reading “Writers Guild News”
By Linda Donaldson
Summer is brimming with activities that take us away from our writing. In the interest of including as many submissions as possible to our Pearl S. Buck Literary Journal’s Spring/Summer Vol. 4, No. 1 issue, we are extending our deadline to July 22nd. Click here for a link to our Submission Guidelines. The theme of this issue is Secrets. You know you want to tell one!
Our June Pearl S. Buck Writers Guild meeting will be held Sunday, June 16th from 1pm to 3pm at Green Hills Farm, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA 18944.
We invite you to join us as we share our work and discuss and comment on each other’s selections. Bring 15 copies of up to 3 pages of any prose or poetry you have written if you wish to share.
The editors of the 2019 Spring/Summer PSB Literary Journal are extending the deadline to June 30th. Guidelines for submission are available here. The theme of our next issue is Secrets.
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The Writing Center is pleased to offer two evening courses, ideal for writers who are unavailable to take day classes. Both courses feature three classes held Tuesday through Thursday from 6:30 to 8:00pm in the Cultural Center (Red Barn) at Green Hills Farm, 520 Dublin Road, Perkasie, PA 18944.
The instructor for both is the celebrated writer, speaker and women’s advocate, Pam Varkony. Read a brief biography at the end of this post, and visit her website to learn more about her.
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Need help telling your own life’s story by structuring work you’ve already written, Linda Wisniewski’s Advanced class in Memoir Writing is designed to fit your needs.
Register here or on the PSBI.org website where courses can be found under the Education tab at the top of the home page. See Linda’s biography at the end of this blog with a link to her website. Continue reading “Sign Up For Advanced Memoir Classes”
Six Guild members discussed their contributions at the April 2019 Writers Guild meeting in Pearl Buck House International Center, Bucks County, PA.
Using a story of love-remembered and the power-of-hope, John McCabe examined vivid characters and their dimensions of belief and fear of death through a sensitive story. Guild members suggested clearer name attribution to speakers in dialogue exchanges.
Melissa Triol’s latest mystery thriller revealed that her passionate, calculating heroine Eglantine was no match for her sister Prudence in the aftermath of a climactic murder scene. Plotting her cover-up, less-than-accurately named Prudence rivals any modern-day schemer in a promising page-turner. Continue reading “Pearl Buck Writers Guild Meets and Ponders”
A reminder that we have moved up this month’s meeting to this Sunday, April 14th. See you at 1pm for our usual two hour meeting.
Don’t forget to bring 15 copies of any of your writing you wish to share.
Next month’s meeting will be held on 3rd Sunday, or May 19th.