PRIZE GIVING EVENING IS A SUCCESS!

Yes, it certainly was entertaining. First Prize: £500. ‘Escargot Africains’ by Sarah Isaacs. Sarah lives on the north-east coast of Scotland and was unable to attend the Award Ceremony. A prolific competition entrant, Sarah has suffered from ill health and considers her writing and creativity to be important in her recovery. Mr Stokes said of … Continue reading

16th September 2014

Our exciting 2014/15 programme begins on Tuesday 16th September with a visit from acclaimed author Rachel Hore. Prior to moving to Norwich, Rachel worked in London publishing for many years. She is the author of 6 novels including The Dream House (2006) and 2007’s The Memory Garden. Rachel’s 2009 book The Glass Painter’s Daughter (2009) … Continue reading

Fine City News

Check out the latest edition of Fine City Magazine to read the first of a series of monthly columns written by Norwich Writers’ Circle members. August 2014’s edition of the free magazine, which is now widely available across the city, features a short article written by NWC’s Vice-Chairman and Publicity Officer Sean Hindle. In the … Continue reading

Celebration

A video celebrating Norwich Writers’ Circle’s visiting writers and guest speakers from our 2013/14 programme is now available to view online. The short film, which can be found here, features Alexander Gordon Smith, Alison Bruce, Andrew Cowan, Anne Sanderson, Ashley Stokes, Lynne Mortimer and D J Taylor. Discover who will be visiting us in 2014/15 … Continue reading

New Programme Countdown

Norwich Writers’ Circle’s 2014/15 programme begins on Tuesday 16th September at 7.30pm in The Assembly House. Forthcoming attractions in our exciting new programme include visits from romantic novelist Louise Allen, historian Martin W Bowman, children’s picture book author Douglas Vallgren and screenwriter Nick Hopkins. The fun begins when we will be welcoming literary romance author … Continue reading

The Mustard Show

Following a recent invitation, Norwich Writers’ Circle committee members James Dimelow and Phyllida Scrivens appeared on Mustard TV earlier this week. During their segment of a magazine programme, James and Phyllida discusssed the benefits of being a member of our popular writing group. The duo then went on to say how NWC has opened opportunities … 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

Andrew Cowan

Following the recently announced change in our current programme, on 20th May we welcomed Andrew Cowan to Norwich Writers’ Circle. Andrew is the Director of the Creative Writing Programme at the UEA. In addition to his role at the University Of East Anglia, our latest visiting writer’s novel, Worthless Man, was shortlisted for the EDP East Anglian Book … Continue reading

20th May 2014

Due to illness our original speaker, Nikki Hodgkinson, will not be attending our 20th May meeting. We will be instead be welcoming Andrew Cowan to Norwich Writers’ Circle. Andrew is the Director of the Creative Writing Programme at the UEA. In addition to his role at the University Of East Anglia, our latest visiting writer’s novel, Worthless … Continue reading

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