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St. Charles Writers Group

Richard Holinger

The St. Charles Writers Group is a workshop for writers 18 years and over that meets the second and fourth Saturday of each month. There is no fee for membership. Facilitator is Richard Holinger. Questions? Contact Denise Blaszynski at 630-584-0076, ext. 240.  DROP IN

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Saturdays, 9:15 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

December 6
Huntley Meeting Room 
Join group members for their annual holiday reading 

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SPECIAL WRITERS GROUP ANNOUNCEMENT! 

St. Charles Writers Group & Vero Voce Actors Unite

For Live Performance Fundraising Festival!

On January 16 and 17, 2015, at 7:30 PM, come enjoy the talented actors of St. Charles’ own Vero Voce Theatre as they take the stage to perform 18 selected writings from the St. Charles Writers Group, with seven unique performances each night.  Audience critiques between performances encouraged! A portion of each $10 ticket will benefit the St. Charles Public Library. Tickets are AVAILABLE ONLINE. Free theatre parking on site at 951 State Ave., four blocks from the Library. For more information, call 630-584-0139.

Friday, January 16

Bruce Steinberg, Henriette

Donald J. Bingle, Frame Shop

Don Lindman, The Accidental Presidency Anthology

Ed Herdrich, Sam

Hal Walker, Murder on the Floodways

Hallie Koontz, Rain

Judith Diamond, Beating the Odds

Richard Graves, Tech Beat

Richard Graves, Marriage Malaise

Saturday, January 17

Lynne Handy, Rabbit on The Moon

Mike Balcom-Vetillo, Seeing Myself

Randall Martin, Books

Richard Graves, Verse Versus Verse

Richard Graves, Feeling Special

Rick Holinger, Don’t Take This Personally

Rick Hollinger, Murder Around The Table

Virginia Kammerer, Glittering Generalities

Wayne Johnson, Stonehenge

 Download the Page to Stage promotional flyer! 

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January 10  ■  HR   ■  Write honest, write lots, write well

January 24  ■  HR   ■  The memoir as literature

February 14  ■  CR   ■  Yahuda Amichai on “Why Poetry?”

February 28  ■  CR   ■  Young adult literature grows up