ARWA is discussing putting on a How to Write Sexual Tension Writing Workshop at When Words Collide 2013.
If you are interested in being on the team/committee, please e-mail email@example.com. WWC is definitely interested, but needs our plan so they can accommodate. We need a team to create the plan. Sign up today.
Our first writing retreat getaway in Buck Lake was such a success, we want to play again. A reasonably priced private furnished cabin in the Rocky Mountains is available for rental.
If you are interested in a weekend full of writing, discussion, and straight-up good times, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Dates are TBD so please include what time of year you are interested in and if you would like to help plan.
Great turnout for Richard Patzer’s workshop on body language and polygraph testing last night. What a fascinating session. Will be interesting to see how many of our crime writers use the ‘three whites of the eyes’ in their next book!
Thursday, October 25th, 7-9pm. St Mark’s.
Richard Patzer spent over ten years as a polygraph detective for the Calgary Police Service. His exciting presentation will address lies, body language and statement analysis.
Richard’s talk will begin promptly at 7pm.