Writers’ workshop to celebrate 10 years

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Author event planned

Writers from all across the Central Valley will gather May 4 at the Chowchilla library to celebrate Central Valley Writers’ Workshop’s 10-year anniversary in conjunction with an authors event co-hosted by the Friends of the Chowchilla Library.

“It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years,” said Glenna Jarvis, president and founder of the writers’ workshop. “Over this time, we’ve been home to more than 100 writers in all genres. Many of these have since published, and it’s great knowing CVWW helped them reach those goals. That’s what we’re all about.”

Published authors will speak about writing, answer questions and autograph their books. Authors from across the Valley are invited to join the event. To reserve a place, contact Dan Davis at dddinfo64 at gmail.com.

The nonprofit organization, Central Valley Writers’ Workshop, meets 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays at the Madera County Library, 121 North G Street for its unique read-and-critique sessions. Writers must be at least 18 years of age. All genres and writing levels are welcome to visit up to twice per year before joining. For information, contact Jarvis at 665-7381...

 

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