12-19-2017 Beyond the Messy Truth: how we came apart, how we come together by Van Jones
A goodly number of people will see Van Jones' name and immediately form an opinion or come to a conclusion. He wishes you wouldn't. He is a progressive man with a law degree. He has serious problems with the Republican Party. To his credit he also has tremendous issues with the Democratic Party. He has no problems with Republicans or...read more
At Camp Verde Community Library
Tuesday, February 13 - Open Book Book Club 10a-noon: A book club for readers sharing with readers. Come and tell other readers about books you’ve read.
Tuesday, February 20 – Writing for Fun & More 10a-noon: Bring a bit of your writing to share. Meet other writers the 3rd Tuesday of the Month.
Beyond Camp Verde
Cottonwood Public Library – Groups for Writers EVERY Tuesday –
- Writing for Fun Tuesdays - 9a-10:30a
- Creative Writing Tuesdays - 10:45a - 12:30p
Cottonwood Public Library sponsors Great Conversations, a PBS television series that showcases a diverse and fascinating array of authors and interviewers from a wide range of fields including politics, science, education, public journalism, and the arts. Cottonwood Public Library will host a discussion group facilitated by Velda Bice. The group will be watching an episode of the program followed by a discussion of the featured author and their book, as well as topics covered in the episode. Continuing on the second Thursday of each month from 10:00a to noon in the Cottonwood Public Library Meeting Room B.
Professional Writers of Prescott
Saturday, February 10—Writers Workshop: Guest Speaker, Cynthia Rose-Thema at Prescott Public Library 10a —1p. Cynthia Rose-Thema is a master teacher, writer, scholar and progressive theorist of the 21st century moving body with thirty years of experience as a performing artist. She was a dance critic/writer for Sarasota Herald Tribune and has been published in Dance Magazine, Dance Teacher, Pointe, and contributed to the International Encyclopedia of Modern Dance. Cynthia has two terminal degrees, an MFA in Dance and a Ph.D. in Rhetoric. Her work addresses healthy movement through listening to one’s body to increase self-awareness. Cynthia’s main idea is to inspire in this workshop and to give people tools to do something different to approach the writing they love to do in a new way.
Tuesday, February 27—Guest Speaker: Merle McCann Prescott Public Library 6p—7:30p in the Founders Suite. Merle McCann will speak about the challenges of writing within different genres. He will highlight the pros and cons as well as the varied means of researching the differing aspects. Award-winning author, MERLE McCANN, first gained notice for her National literature award-winning Longjohners Mystery Series for middle readers. She’s had many short stories published featuring Arizona, Mississippi, and Washington State locations. Although McCann is an eclectic writer, she finds she can’t keep mystery out of her writing. In the past several years, she has written three adult novels, The Permanent Solution, a thriller set in both Sedona and Central Oregon; Fist Full of Grit, a historical mystery located in the Palouse Country of the NW; and Vagabonds & Kings, a saga set between the turn of the nineteenth century and WWI. Vagabonds and Kings was entered in the Dixie Kane Memorial competition in Louisiana, and came away winning Best in Genre and Best Overall. After fifteen years of volunteer service as a Board member with Desert Sleuths, Sisters in Crime, she has retired from their Board, focusing all her time on writing.
2018 PWP monthly meetings will be held at Prescott Public Library on Goodwin Street on the 4th Tuesday of every month from 6p to 7:45p in the Founders Suite on the Library’s 1st floor.
PWP MEMBER EVENTS
SATURDAY WORKSHOPS - free to PWP members
Carol Levin’s Monthly Writing Workshops at Prescott Public Library. Register at prescottlibrary.info or call (928) 777-1526.
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