"A writer and nothing else: a man alone in a room with the English language, trying to get human feelings right. " ~John K. Hutchens, New York Herald Tribune, 10 September 1961

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Reading Goes Through Without A Hitch

Not only did it go through without a hitch, it was a smashing success! We had twelve writers in attendance, and four pieces to go through. Unlike before, where it took so much time focusing on just one piece, we made it through each, and even introduced two new members into our fold. The full details are up here, so go ahead and check 'em out.

Next reading's planned for July (primarily because a few won't be available in August), with a possible venue set for The Writers House in the Academy of Letters; the Editor of the English section was in attendance at our reading. But read the whole thing at the link above.

Because we're adopting the whole open door philosophy when it comes to submission of pieces to the reading, we'd appreciate if you could keep those pieces coming and they'll make it to the reading on a first come, first serve basis. Do not fear: each piece sent in will have its say. As always, material must be sent in to readings@desiwriterslounge.net.

That's it.

- TPTB

5 comments:

temporal said...

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Khaver Siddiqi said...

awesome stuff, the Force is much strong with DWL

mp213 said...

Uhh...temporal, you do realize we have our own website? :) Not the best place to advertise your website. Just sayin'

Khaver, I KNOW, right?! :D

temporal said...

sorry if i stepped on any toes

was not advertising

good luck!

mp213 said...

Temp, not at all. No worries. And thanks!