Rough Writers Meet This Thursday

Rough Writers Meet This Thursday

If you are a burgeoning poet, short story writer, or novelist, I recommend to you The Rough Writers. Southwestern Adventist University has its very own campus creative writing group. Though we’ve been around for a few years, we’ve only recently been admitted as the official club of the English department. However, this group is for everyone who enjoys creative writing, from novels to poetry, without regard to major.

Our weekly meetings take place each Thursday from 5 to 6 p.m. in the Write Spot, located in the back corner on the main floor of the library. That’s where we work together to better our writing ability with feedback and suggestions in a friendly environment.

Admission is free, of course, but you’ll get half off if you bring a friend. So don’t hesitate to come in and have some fun.

We welcome everyone to visit our Rough Writers forum at: http://roughwriters.proboards.com. Feel free to sign up and share the experience.

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