Supernatural Writing Clubs & Groups - compiled by the expert team at Writing Magazine
This is a group formed by the local library campaigners and run by local publisher and literary agent, Geraldine Cooke. We also have a number of literary events and readings throughout the year and are affliated to the Kilburn Literary Festival. Categories:fiction, non-fiction, poetry.
We are a writing group of all abilities and styles who meet up the third Tuesday of the month between 7pm-9pm at the Quad in Derby City Centre's Market Place (opposite the Assembly Rooms). ...
Areas we cover: intermediate, advanced, fiction, short stories, novels, all types of fiction including thriller, crime, SF, fantasy, supernatural, horror, alternate history, literary, teenage. No poetry The group is open to all writers, aspiring and published, who wish to meet like-minded ...
Our friendly group meets once a fortnight and is always open to new members from the Ripon area and beyond. Whether your interest is in poetry or prose, novels, short stories, plays, wacky humour, a more analytical style of writing, or just listening for the time being, you're very welcome.
Canterbury-based writing group, attracting members from the city and further afield. Monthly critiquing sessions of poetry & prose, long or short forms. We also run writing competitions, and have a strong presence at the annual Canterbury Festival.
Monthly meeting of writers of all abilities who are members of the Scottish Arts Club to share experience and feedback on writing fiction, short stories, biography, travel and children's literature. New members always welcome.
The group, currently led by Jan Spooner, was founded in 2006 by Phil Cosker, the then director of the Hub, (it has since been renamed The National Centre for Craft and Design,) One of its aims is the promotion of creative writing in and around Sleaford. The group currently comprises of a number ...