Must See TV

Norwich Writers’ Circle committee members Phyllida Scrivens and James Dimelow will be appearing on Mustard TV later on this week. Our current Programme Secretary and Webmaster have been invited to appear as studio guests on The Mustard Show. The duo will be discussing our popular writing group’s exciting future plans on the magazine show, which … Continue reading

Assembly House Animation

NWC committee member James Dimelow has written a digital film about The Assembly House for the Norwich 12 heritage and tourism initiative. The animation, commissioned by Norwich HEART, which brings to life our meeting venue’s rich and colourful history, is now available to watch on YouTube. We hope you enjoy watching the animated short, and share in our congratulations … Continue reading

Competition Secretary

It has been announced, prior to our forthcoming AGM, that Norwich Writers’ Circle’s current Competition Secretary, Anastasia Pope, has decided to step down from her role. The committee would like to thank Anastasia for her work, and much appreciated efforts, during our most recent programmes. If you would like to be considered for this position, … Continue reading

Fun In The Sun

On Saturday 21st June, in the Poringland home and garden of one of the group’s longest-serving members, Norwich Writers’ Circle held its annual Summer Social. The popular social which gives Circle members, family and friends, the opportunity to socialise with one another ahead of our forthcoming Summer break, was enjoyed by a number of people. … Continue reading

Manuscript Evening

On 17th June Norwich Writers’ Circle’s successful 2013/14 programme continued with a Manuscript Evening at The Assembly House. The meeting, designed to give both members and visitors an opportunity to read out their work out aloud and receive feedback, featured a selection of scripts. The range of work read aloud varied from a crime short … Continue reading

Shortlist Success

NWC member Jean Dorricott has been shortlisted in a couple of national writing competitions. Unacknowledged has been shortlisted in the Deddington Literary Festival‘s Writing Competition. Meanwhile, in the Grace Dieu Writers’ Circle‘s Short Story Competition, Jean’s The Distant Waters has been shortlisted. Congratulations from everyone at Norwich Writers’ Circle. We wish Jean every success when … Continue reading

Team Time

In addition to our recent quest for a new webmaster, Norwich Writers’ Circle is also looking for members to join its inaugural Short Story Competition’s working party. The Open Competition, which is currently scheduled to launch soon after Easter 2015, shall implement the team’s suggestions and recommendations. Should you wish to join this vital team, please … Continue reading

Webmaster Wanted

Norwich Writers’ Circle’s current webmaster, James Dimelow, has decided to stand down from his role and the committee, in order to concentrate on his own writing projects. Our popular writing group is now looking amongst its membership for one or more person to regular update our main website, Twitter and Facebook accounts. Please note, very … Continue reading

Anything Can Happen

Norwich Writers’ Circle’s series of well-attended meetings continued on 3rd June when we welcomed back best-selling author Alexander Gordon Smith to adjudicate our Young Adult Competition. Gordon, who set the competition earlier in the year, commented on how varied and different each of the entries were, and how hard it was to choose the winners. During … Continue reading

People With A Passion

Following Norwich Writers’ Circle’s inclusion in the March 2014 edition of the Eastern Daily Press Norfolk Magazine, the recent People With A Passion  feature is now available to download from our main website. To download the article please go here. Everyone is welcome to our next meeting on 3rd June. We will be joined at … Continue reading

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