In order not to jinx our hundredth meetup, we've decided to refer to it in voices no louder than whispers. So if you can, imagine this announcement being read out in a whisper too. I am sending this out a little early this time so that all our members have enough time to see the invite and make up their minds (or in some cases excuses) well in advance.
Perhaps there is no better man to host the hundredth session than someone who was present at the very first meetup. We'd once called Kalyan Write Club's founding father, but that was way back around the time of the fortieth, so by now I suspect he has grown old enough to be a grandfather. He's graciously agreed to host us this weekend, and of course, I am sure he will be more than willing to answer any questions you may have about how Write Club has come on over the last couple of years.
In all the euphoria about the hundredth, let's not forget about the ninety-ninth, which happened last Saturday under the able stewardship of Shreyasi. Thank you, Shreyasi, for braving the bad nose and the rain to host a wonderful session.
To all the first-timers: welcome. Directions to the place are given at the top of the screen, but if you get lost in spite of them, you know which number to call [masked]) and whom to ask for (Sharath).