Annapolis MWA November 2012 meeting, with Larry Matthews

Local author Larry Matthews has agreed to speak at the Maryland Writers’ Association – Annapolis Chapter meeting on Thursday November 15, 2012. The speaker has worked as a news anchor/reporter/editor at various television and radio stations in the Washington DC area. His reporting was honored with a George Foster Peabody Award and many other awards. He has taught broadcasting and television writing course at The George Washington University. He has also published four acclaimed fiction novels and one memoir. A fifth novel, a Dave Haggard thriller, will be out in December. He will speak on his life and successes as a writer. For more information on the writer’s work, see his website www.larrymatthews.net

The meeting is open to the public and free to MWA members and first-time guests. All others may pay $5.00. Annual dues to MWA are $40.00 and include other benefits on top of monthly attendance. MWA meetings usually meet the third Wednesday of every month in room 205 at Maryland Hall. For the month of November 2012, we meet on the 3rd Thursday. For more information on the MWA visit www.marylandwriters.org.
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Video of horror-writer Jeffrey L. Shipley’s talk

This is video of Annapolis MWA talk by Jeffrey L. Shipley on Wednesday 2012-10-17.

Jeff Shipley of unpopularpublications.com gave a great talk at the October 2012 meeting of the Annapolis Maryland Writers Association. He publishes Tales of Blood and Roses, a horror magazine. Websites he talked about were
* unpopularpublications.com/
* kamikazewoman.com/
* talesofbloodandroses.com/
* genresmash.com/
all of which he created. Jeff also discussed the site
* duotrope.com/
which is a a resource for writers that offers an extensive, searchable database of current fiction, poetry, and non-fiction markets, a calendar of upcoming deadlines, submissions trackers, etc.

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For more on Jeff, see jeffreylshipley.com/. For more on the Annapolis MWA, see annapolismwa.wordpress.com/.

Sorry about the bad focus on the more distant camera. Most of the video is using the closer camera (in sharp focus) but I obviously need practice on using the other camera. Hope it isn’t too distracting.

Annapolis MWA November 2012 meeting

The November meeting will be at a different date than usual. Usually, we meet the 3rd Wednesday of the month. However, the November meeting will be on the 3rd Thursday of the month. That will be November 15th. Same time (6:30pm) and same place (Maryland Hall for the Arts, in room 205).

Unfortunately, we do not have a speaker yet lined up for November. It may be “open mike” where each member present briefly describes what they are doing, writing-wise. More details on this to follow.