November Events

In case you missed the November newsletter here are the announcements.

A Message from the Editor

Despite an announcement to the contrary, I am surprised to inform you that I will continue to produce the monthly newsletter for the time being as we recruit a new Editor. I have already taken on duties as Program Director. We will also be moving away from Constant Contact for email distribution in the near future.

As Program Director, I am pleased to provide you with an update on our program planning process. Last month, I convened a meeting with two other board members who agreed to serve on the program committee. We designed a program calendar for the year. A copy of the calendar will appear on our web page later this month. I believe we have planned a diverse offering of programs that speaks to the varied interests of the membership yet offers a few new ideas you may want to consider.
– Ray Zimmerman

We have divided the programs into three interest areas. Two are subdivided.
1. Publishing and the Business of Writing
2. Writers in Collaboration 
A. Music  
B. Graphic Arts  
C. Healing
3. The Craft of Writing 
A. Fiction 
B. Creative nonfiction, including memoir 
C. Poetry 
D. Writing for Children

The Chattanooga Writers Guild Presents “The Intersection of Music and Writing”
7:00 PM, Tuesday, November 9, 2021.
The intersection of Music and Writing is a presentation by three talented musician writers. Two are songwriters, and the third has written and produced dramatic presentations with musical content.
Check our web page for further information and the zoom link.
The Intersection of Music and Writing (chattanoogawritersguild.org)

Virtual Book Launch Rachel Landrum Crumble

Rachel Landrum Crumble has a new book of poetry titled Sister Sorrow. Join Rachel for a virtual book launch on Monday, November 15. at 7:00 PM. We will begin with an opportunity for any attending members to announce recent publications followed by twenty minutes of poetry by our featured reader and ten minutes question and answer.
The zoom Link follows.
 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82795995860?pwd=SUJ6eUxYdURGWkZ6emtxcTFoSkZSUT09

Look here for more information about her book.
https://www.finishinglinepress.com/product/sister-sorrow-by-rachel-landrum-crumble/

Open Mic

Join host Mark Anderson for Sunday Refresher; a monthly open share time. Sunday, November 14 at 7 pm on Zoom. This is a casual time open to all types of writing. Use the Facebook event at: https://fb.me/e/ecNxhytO8
Or join directly through Zoom at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0td-2trjgoGdYPHnhQleqLWKJlyjL1tICa

Accolades
Tell us about your writing accomplishments.
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Lizbeth Meredith recently created a guest post for Jane Friedman’s blog.
https://www.janefriedman.com/does-the-idea-of-promoting-your-book-make-you-feel-queasy/
She teaches Book Marketing online twice a year and she is getting ready to offer the latest version of that class.

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