E-Course In Writing Your Family History

Gill Blanchard, one of our members, and owner of Past Search, is repeating the first module of her E-Course in Writing Your Family History in May 2017. It is a practical writing course that guides participants through the process of bringing their ancestors to life in an entertaining manner. It will enable students to choose … Continue reading

Ghost Stories

Congratulations to Norwich Writers’ Circle member James Dimelow, who can be seen in Thursday 18th August’s Evening News and Eastern Daily Press ‘Event’ section. In the article James is discussing his forthcoming ‘Ghosts Of Gressenhall‘ play. The family-friendly half-hour drama, which has been written on behalf of Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse, is an extension of the … Continue reading

Closer Ties

7th June’s meeting was a very relaxed affair in Alice Kent’s company. There to share with us the aims and work of the Writers’ Centre Norwich, and tell us something of Dragon’s Hall. Beginning in 2003 as a joint enterprise between the UEA, Norwich City Council, Norfolk County Council and the Arts Council England, the WCN … Continue reading

newplays.org.uk

In anticipation of the performance of his short play ‘Pedigree‘ at the Maddermarket Theatre on Thursday 14th April, Norwich Writers’ Circle member James Dimelow has relaunched his website. On the new look newplays.org.uk visitors can discover more about the author, along with the plays he has written. At the site visitors will also have the … Continue reading

I Am…

Following Ejike Ndaji’s visit to Norwich Writers’ Circle on 19th January, a video of the poem ‘I Am…’ can now be watched on our YouTube channel. ‘I Am…’ was written by the spoken word poet, in collaboration with NWC members, as an exercise, to help and inspire entries for the latest Circle competition, which Ejike … Continue reading

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

The Life & Times of a Bookseller

19th May 2015:  Bob Welton of Jarrolds Book Dept. team is our man, delivering an evening on what it is to work in, perhaps these days, the hard-sell world of page, print and stich… And/or glue. We begin at 7:30. As always members and visitors are welcome. £4.00 on the door covers room hire and … Continue reading

Norwich 12 Mix

Following the recent launch of Norwich Writers’ Circle committee member James Dimelow‘s Assembly House animation, the short film is now available to watch in a new YouTube playlist. The video playlist, which celebrates all the uploaded animations, so far, commissioned by Norwich HEART, on behalf of their Norwich 12 heritage and tourism initiative. To watch … Continue reading

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