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Getting Ready For Summer

Things don’t get any quieter here at Reading Writers. Guest speakers galore have entertained and inspired us, while our own writing ticks along very nicely, thank you. Over the past month we’ve had… Continue reading

Applause, Applause.

Although the whole point of Reading Writers is to get together and have a bit of fun with our favourite all-consuming passion, it’s also nice when we have a little success with it.… Continue reading

Retreat

I’m handing over this week’s blog to our esteemed chair, Claire Dyer, who posts to us from the wilds of the Forest Of Dean…   For the past few days I’ve been somewhere… Continue reading

Reading Writers’ Blog

The SOUS Mysterious Writer I’m writing this blog as I shelter on the island of my bed, hoping that the spider of unusual size (SOUS) in my flat won’t climb up to join… Continue reading

Reading Writers Support ABC to Read

Reading Writers are proud to support Berkshire charity ABC to Read, which helps support children in school across Berkshire with literacy. Here’s our Chair, Judy Hodgetts (who volunteers with the charity), with Vice… Continue reading

Who are Reading Writers?

We are a small and varied group of people of all ages who are united in our love for words. We encompass performance poets and stand-up comedians as well as writers of autobiography,… Continue reading

Where do we meet?

We meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month in a meeting room at RISC (Reading International Solidarity Centre) in London Street, Reading. The formal meeting starts at 7.15 pm with the… Continue reading

How do I join?

Please send an email to info@readingwriters.co.uk for more information. At present Reading Writers has a waiting list for membership and so far this year we have received more interest than we can cope… Continue reading

Critique Guide

Critique Guide – Click here to download (pdf format) Or read it here: Reading Writers’ Group Critique Guide Sheet for Fiction This is a list of suggested headings to organise your critique, and questions… Continue reading

Style Guide

Style Guide – Click  here to download (in MS Word) Or read it here: Reading Writers’ Style Guide Information for the Reader (i) Work should contain a title (even a work in progress title… Continue reading

Manuscript Evenings

All of us in Reading Writers aim to improve our creative writing skills. Therefore, half our meetings are devoted to critiquing each other’s work. The group’s constructive comments and ideas offer each of… Continue reading