A few years back, I had an idea for a novel, but this time I actually started writing it. I quickly realized I needed people to read my writing in order to determine what worked and what did not; thus the Malibu Writers Circle (MWC) was born. Since then, dozens of writers have come to our meetings, using our workshop format to complete novels, short stories, plays, screenplays, and pilots. Our members have seen their plays produced Off-Broadway, their teleplays on TV, and their fiction and non-fiction published in dozens of literary journals. Members of the MWC have won major awards, scholarships, and contests.
Our small group of published authors meets every three weeks, Thursdays from 7-10pm in a private and professional setting. Members bring food and drinks, often in abundance.
We critique in a positive but honest manner focusing on what we liked, what we loved, and what could be improved. There are no dues for membership. The primary focus of MWC is fiction, and writers must submit a sample of their fiction in advance of attending a meeting.
We hope to see you soon.
Robert Kerbeck, Founder, Malibu Writers Circle
Partial List of Recent Member Accomplishments Novella, “Mandelbrot the Magnificent,” published in Tor (Liz Ziemska) Short story, “Treasure,” in Acentos Review (Sandra Ramos O’ Briant) Short story, “Shattered Glass,” in Minerva Rising (Sandra Ramos O’ Briant) Short story, “Climb On,” in Masters Review Anthology (Shubha Venugopal) Short Story, “Search For Your Son,” in Fish Anthology (Shubha Venugopal) Film, The Christmas Gifter, aired on Hallmark TV (Lynn Grant Beck) Play, “Putin and the Snowman,” produced Off-Broadway (Robert Kerbeck) Short story film adaptation, “Reconnected,” opening in late 2018 (Robert Kerbeck)