P.W.G minutes of the meeting 28/07/16

Greeting Scribes. The last meeting before the summer break was attended by a stalwart eight members despite the hot weather although the fan was very welcome. John Goodwin Rich Palmer Caroline Hartman Jurdi Guri Carol Robb Nicos Protopapas Dee Leigh and Eddy Kent joined in a discussion chaired by John on playwriting. Characters and format were on the agenda with the conclusion that the summer break homework is to write a short play. This is a change from our usual short stories/poems and should be a bit of a challenge. Readings followed: Nicos gave us 'Attraction' a short story. Caroline called her one, 'Who Knows What Dreams Will Come'. Eddy as usual gave us an excellent poem ' M

P.W.G. Minutes of the meeting 21/07/16 at Neos Sports Club. Pegeia

Greeting scribes. Considering the hot weather and time of year when people are away we had an excellent turnout for the meeting. Those present were John Goodwin, Rich Palmer , Eddy Kent, Beryl Lowe, Caroline Hartman, Carol Robb, Dee Leigh, Stewart Waddell, Nicos Protopapas and Alain Meheje. It was nice to see Alain again after some absence and to hear that his book 'How to be a wine connoisseur in 60 minutes' is to be published soon. The meeting began with a discussion on tutorials chaired by John and the information will be available on the new group website. The first reading was given by Beryl, a story about supermarket shopping called Guilt. Last week’s homework was a story/poem on attra

P.W.G minutes of the meeting 14/07/16

Venue: Neos Sports Club Coral Bay Present : John Goodwin Rich Palmer Nicos Protopapos Beryl Lowe Carol Robb Dee Leigh Nikki Burroughs Gillian Holmes Caroline Hartman Eddy Kent. Another meeting on a hot day. I walked into Neos to find two members and thought, this is going to be short. Going upstairs I was surprised to find seven more members. The meeting was lively and interesting. Last week’s homework was write about technology. First to read was Nicos with a story entitled 'Technology, past and present'. Nikki followed with 'Not just for the young'. Gillian read a poem called 'Village Air'. Carolines story was ' Future Improbable' followed by a poem from Eddy 'The Shield'. Ca

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