The founder of the Central Valley Writers’ Workshop has returned to her position as president of the group after an 18-month hiatus from the board of directors.
“This workshop has a special place in my heart,” said president and founder Glenna Jarvis. “I’m proud to be leading the group once again. Over the past nine years, we have been home to more than 100 writers and have helped them polish their work through the weekly read and critique sessions, which are unique to CVWW.”
The workshop meets every Wednesday evening. Due to heating limitations, the workshop meets at 6 p.m. through March at the Chowchilla library. In April, the workshop will return to the Madera library.
The Central Valley Writers’ Workshop is open to writers of all genres. Writers must be at least 18 years of age to join. Interested writers may view the critique process up to two times a year before joining, which is recommended. Read and critique sessions are limited and readers are asked to sign up by 6:20 p.m...