Your invitation to the 2019 AMED Writers' Group (AWG)

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Your invitation to the 2019 AMED Writers' Group (AWG)

Location: London
Members: 53
Latest Activity: Nov 30, 2017

The AMED Writers' Group (AWG) 2019

Your invitation

Do come and join us for any of our highly participative gatherings that explore the role and contribution of writing and conversation, interacting, in our personal and professional lives.


We are a friendly, open, informal and generous community of writing practice. We welcome anyone who is interested in any form or context of writing, reading and conversation for personal, professional, organisational or creative development. As critical friends, we are always looking for opportunities to support and celebrate each other’s writing/reading projects, enthusiasms and interests, in any way we can.

Normally, we meet on the 3rd Friday afternoon of every even-numbered month at Roots and Shoots London SE11 6DN from 1.15 to 4.30 pm, unless shown otherwise.


Our AWG schedule for 2019

So far, we have planned the following list of events for 2019. We may add others from time to time. These events are open to everyone, whether or not they are fully subscribing AMED Members. So please feel free to spread the word.


o 15 February – Daemons and dialogues in our writing, with Louise Austin
o 26 April – Discovering your unique purpose and talent through Core Process, with Nick Heap
o (24 May, 10.30 am – 4.30 pm at Chichester University) – AMED’s Annual collaborative writing workshop: Writing within practice-based learning, with Rob Warwick and James Traeger
o 21 June – Intergenerational writing and conversations, with the Open Source Thinking hosting team (details tbc)
o 16 August – open to offers
o 18 October – open to offers
o 13 December – Private Passions and Highlights of our Writing Year, with Bob MacKenzie and Writing Friends.


You are welcome to contact me at any time if you have any questions or suggestions, or if you'd like to offer to facilitate one of our gatherings. I do hope that we'll get to meet in 2019.


Best wishes. Bob MacKenzie E: bob@amed.org.uk.


Watch this space and click on the links as they emerge for more details of themes and facilitators

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Comment by Mike Farmery on March 10, 2010 at 14:50
Must admit, I thought that I had joined a while back. Anyway Bob, better late than never...
No questions at the moment (- or answers!)
Comment by Beth Duff on January 12, 2010 at 12:25
Hi Peter,
Instead of looking for an agent, I wonder if you have considered Publish on Demand? That is working very well for my admittedly non-fiction book. I used viral marketing to get the message out. I'd be happy to share my experience with you - or anyone else who might be interested.
Comment by Bob MacKenzie on January 12, 2010 at 11:26
Hi Gill

Here are some notes on Writers' Block that I prepared for a previous AWG session. Let me know if they help, or if you'd like to discuss anything about them. Best wishes. BobUnblocking our Writing BM 17 Dec 08 v1.doc
Comment by Gill Hunt on January 12, 2010 at 10:54
Any suggestions for overcoming writers block? I can have lots of interesting thoughts and ideas for articles, or have done all the analysis for factual piece of work - but somehow getting that first paragraph on to the screen is really difficult.

Until I'm right up against the deadline when I just slap down any old thing and cross my fingers :-)

Any/all suggestions gratefully received
Comment by Bob MacKenzie on May 6, 2009 at 7:28
Sorry, Peter

I called you Paul in my previous message. A case of mistaken identity! BW. Bob
Comment by Bob MacKenzie on May 6, 2009 at 7:24
Hi, Paul
It's often a case of asking other published authors' experiences - and there are a few of those in the AWG. Also, Paul Z Jackson has opened a Forum in the AMED Network Home Page on 'Publ;isher looking for book proposals', which you might wish to pursue. And then there's the AWG pubishing session on 21 August with Andrew Carey of Triarchy Press. So maybe you'll get some leads from there? Le's see if anyone else has some ideas. Kind regards. Bob
Comment by Bob MacKenzie on May 6, 2009 at 6:37
Hi, Peter

Petrhaps you could make a start by consulting McCall Smith, A. (2008). Writers' and Artists' Yearbook 2008. London, A & C Black Publishers Ltd. in your local library?

Best wishes. Bob
Comment by Bob MacKenzie on April 29, 2009 at 8:45
Well, Belina, they say it's never too late - or early ....!
Comment by Belina Raffy on April 29, 2009 at 8:41
2110? : ) Now that is planning ahead...
Comment by Bob MacKenzie on April 29, 2009 at 2:16
It's not too early to think about our 2110 programme. So do please feel free to offer any suggestions, whether or not you're volunteering to facilitate a session.
 

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