March Monthly Meeting 2015

Saturday 7th March 2015

2015-03-06 19.08.55Today’s meeting sizzled, crackled, fizzed and banged. There were 21 of us. We had to get in extra chairs. We had the pleasure of two new members as well as Chloe Lund from Birmingham Opera Company and Roy McFarlene, 2010-2011 Birmingham Poet Laureate.

After the housekeeping Chloe gave us a bit more information about the possible collaboration with Birmingham Opera Company for the production of The Ice Break 3rd – 9th April 2015. She invited as many of us as were interested to a workshop with the assistant producer on Tuesday night.

2015-03-06 19.31.11We were then treated to a delightful array of poetry, spoken word and even song. The room bubbled with the energy of writers sharing and appreciating each other’s work. We were even treated to a reading by Sue Brown, our figurehead, who has not shared work for some time. It was worth the wait! Please don’t leave it so long again Sue.

Weeks like this makes me pleased to be a writer and proud to be a member of Writers Without Borders.

WWB meeting 07-03-15

See other images of the meeting here


About David Rollason

I am a writer, creative, inventive, observant, but the results are for you the reader to decide. There are things in my head constantly that I need to get out and into a readable form and this for now is my preferred medium. I am a simple being with complex workings. I am a complex being with simple logic. I am really just..... me.
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1 Response to March Monthly Meeting 2015

  1. Elaine Yap says:

    Beautifully done. Captured the essence of the meeting exactly. Thanks for sharing

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