Mustard Update

The postal deadline for entering our inaugural Short Fiction Competition has now passed. Do not worry, we will still be accepting entries online up to and including 31st July. Run in conjunction with Unthank Books, the competition has a first prize of £500.00. All entries must be a maximum of 2,000 words long, and reference … Continue reading

Mustard Deadline

The deadline for our first Open Short Fiction Competition is fast approaching. To enter Norwich Writers’ Circle’s inaugural Short Fiction Competition simply send us a story that is a maximum of 2,000 words – which references ‘mustard‘ somewhere within the text – by 17th July. Entries via e-mail are being accepted up to and including 31st … Continue reading

Must Be Mustard

There is still plenty of time to enter Norwich Writers’ Circle’s inaugural Short Fiction Competition. Run in conjunction with Unthank Books, the competition has a first prize of £500.00. All entries must be a maximum of 2,000 words long, and reference ‘mustard‘ somewhere within the text. The prize-winning stories, adjudicated by Ashley Stokes, will also … Continue reading

You Have Been Watching

Following Norwich Writers’ Circle’s recent appearance on Mustard TV, a video of our latest piece of media exposure is now available to watch online. The Mustard Show was broadcast on Wednesday 2nd July at 6.15pm – and then repeated at 8.15pm – on Freeview Channel 8. The show is hosted by Beth Davison and former … Continue reading

Greenhouse Summer

Norwich Writers’ Circle’s informal Saturday get-togethers at The Greenhouse are returning, once more, this Summer. Currently, 3 Summer meetings are planned, with the first one taking place at 2.00pm on Saturday 19th July. The remaining socials will be on the 2nd and 16th August. Newcomers and visitors are always welcome to join members for food, … Continue reading

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

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

Will Power

Norwich Writers’ Circle committee member Gill Blanchard has had an article published in Who Do You Think You Are magazine. The article, entitled Where There’s A Will…, is featured in the July edition of the magazine and examines what your ancestors wills might reveal, along with where you can locate them in the archives and … Continue reading

Wildlife Safari

Congratulations to Norwich Writers’ Circle member Anne Funnell who has had a letter published in the Evening News. The letter, which was published on 13th July 2013, was in response to a three page article in the Eastern Daily Press about Ross Warrell‘s wildlife-watching river trips from Horsey Mere, reads… “We had a memorable day out from … Continue reading

Gill’s Glowing Review

Congratulations to Norwich Writers’ Circle member Gill Blanchard whose latest book Tracing Your House History has received a glowing review in Who Do You Think You Are magazine. The review, which can be read in full here, is featured in July edition of the magazine. To discover more about Gill please visit her website at … Continue reading

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