Thunder Bay Public Library and Northwestern Ontario Writers Workshop (NOWW) join forces to bring you our Writers' Nights series.
NOWW is a group of writers - both seasoned and new - who provide inspiration and support.
We offer dynamic readings of prose, poetry and nonfiction by fine authors in our region. Qualified readers are chosen from among our members. For more information please visit www.nowwwriters.ca. Readings and workshops are free and open to the public.
Visit www.nowwwriters.ca for more information.
Mary J.L. Black Community Program Room
Thursdays @ 7pm
January 17 - Climate Change: Too hit, too cold, too rainy, too snowy, too dry, ozone layer, degrees in relationships, extremes, political climates, unexpected changes, anticipation.
February 21 - Myths & legends (poetry): Valentine's Day, Groundhog Day, local myths & legends, legends in your life, your family, your community, our country, beliefs & superstitions
March 21 - 10x10 plays
Come out and listen to local authors read their work. Your support is invaluable.
Interested in reading? Please contact Don at email@example.com.
The Writers' Circle meets on the last Wednesday of the month in the Waverley Auditorium @ 7pm. Call Paul at 345-8513 for more information.
Wednesday, January 23
Wednesday, February 27
Wednesday, March 27
Wednesday, April 24
We are the people from within the community who like to write. We meet monthly in an open forum to share ideas, conduct workshops, have discussions, and to support each other in our efforts. Our membership is fluid and new faces are always welcome. We are the best teachers because we are also students. There is no membership fee. We look forward to seeing you.