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Smaller session today - 38 members. Nice to have a large group, but easier to contribute to the conversation when the group is smaller. I want to add that it is easy to get published today, BUT is publication only what you want? Post to online sites desperate for copy; create a blog. Vanity publishing is free today. Do you want prestige or confirmation of your skills, knowledge, and art? Do you want your writing validated by an editor or agent? Those goals require more effort on your part.
0 · October 5, 2013
Past the Chick a Filet on the right and around the corner and past the rope. We had a meetup sign up as well. Sorry for the confusion.
0 · October 6, 2013
I'm afraid my more exact directions keep getting erased. I'm going to post them again.
The food court is actually more than 1 court. From the rotunda, one goes straight, and one goes left.
We had about 30 people in spite of the great weather. 9 new people. We had 4 critiques and a good craft chat discussion.
I do apologize for not making it. I had to work. I will be therw next month .
Not going to be able to make it today. Hope to be at the next mtg.
Unfortunately Realtor called & I'll have to show the house during this meetup so I won't be able to attend (damn it all) I can't wait for the next one
Feeling quite under the weather. Sorry I can't make it today guys.
Not going to be able to make it today after all. Hope to be there next month.
Definitely looking forward to the meeting. I'd also like to mention that on Sunday, Oct. 6th Rene Daniel, a fantasy fiction writer who writes on The Mysteries will be lecturing on a new book at the Tesla Society meeting--5:15 at the Phila. Institute Library, 1905 Locust st. I'll also make a brief mention of the event on Saturday.
0 · October 1, 2013
Unfortunately Rene Daniel's lecture for the Tesla club has been cancelled on Sunday...I'll keep members posted on when the Tesla lecture will be rescheduled.
0 · October 2, 2013
I've been breezing by the Meetup Notifications for way too long now. I have 80,000 words of memoir work that needs to be put together and finalized as my first draft completed.
Hoping being around like-minded creative types will push me back into writing mode daily.
Looking forward to it!
0 · September 29, 2013
To paraphrase using the immortal Mr. T:I pity the fool that does nothing, because he only think he can do a little.Bonus points to the person who knows the correct quote and who said it - oh, without looking it up online...
I'll buy you a drink if you can guess where I saw the quote for the first time - ok, I offer the drink for really good guesses...
If you can't tell, I'm looking to get involved and meet some of you to gain your insight...
1 · September 18, 2013
If any member is serious about getting published in the Children's or Young Adult genres, need to check out the SCBWI Eastern PA meeting is coming in November. I have attended, well worth it.
0 · September 17, 2013
Friday's PSFS meeting: guest MICHAEL ARONOVITZ
Friday, Sept 20th 9:00 pm at International House 3710 Chestnut St.
Michael Aronovitz is a Professor of English and the English Department Chair for a Philadelphia charter school. His debut collection, Seven Deadly Pleasure, was published by Hippocampus Press in 2009, and his newest novel Alice Walks is presently available through Centipede Press.
Aronovitz’s short story “The Girl Between the Slats” will be appearing in S.T. Joshi’s forthcoming anthology Searchers After Horror, and a short ghost story “How Bria Died” was featured in Paula Guran’s The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror, 2011.
His critical reviews concerning Dexter, (Season 7), Ursula Dabrowsky’s independent film Family Demons, and Donna McRae’s independent film Johnny Ghost have appeared on Chizine’s “Chiaroscuro” site and “Hellnotes” respectively.
0 · September 16, 2013
I thoroughly enjoyed the discussion concerning the business aspect of this profession. I learned so much from listening to fellow colleagues. I will definitely be busy Monday as I put to task the many different websites while searching for a literary agent or agency. Best wishes to John M, who I did enjoy your piece and cannot wait to actually read and enjoy more about the Commandante.
0 · September 8, 2013
Thank you, everyone, for your helpful critique of my submission. It has given me the sharper focus in my style that I needed as well as an idea for action-dialogue near the start of the piece that was obviously lacking even to myself but could not break through without the candid views of fresh eyes such as yourselves. Always positive. Always constructive.
Hope to be there Ciao Joseph
0 · September 6, 2013
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