23 May, 2007

Women Writers Network


"WWN is a networking group for professional women writers.

Most of us are freelance, some are salaried, and we represent a wide range of writing interests. We are not a writers' circle but a group formed to help women further their professional development.

Many members are established in their careers with a wealth of experience to share; others are just beginning.

We see ourselves as a friendly, lively professional group whose members include journalists, fiction and non-fiction writers, copywriters, poets, dramatists, editors and publishers."

Next Meeting: Monday 11 June 2007, 7.15pm-9.00pm
The Library, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, WCI (Holborn Tube)
It’s £5. You can’t book in advice. For women only.


"Our guest speaker on 11th June is Paul Ashton, the Development Manager at BBC writersroom where he finds, nurtures and promotes new writing talent for drama and comedy across all BBC platforms and networks. He oversees the BBC unsolicited script system, writing competitions, development and promotion of new writers, professional training schemes, partnerships with the wider creative industries and the writersroom website."

(Thanks to Helen for the heads up)

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