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Odyssey Storytelling- “Different”

Posted by on May 26, 2018 in Event | 0 comments

ODYSSEY STORYTELLING  “DIFFERENT”

JUNE 7: 7:00-9:00 pm. Doors open 6:30 pm. The Sea of Glass—Center For The Arts 330 E. 7 St. Convenient parking lot right next to Sea of Glass.

So excited to be a part of this event. $10 General /$7 Students with ID.  Tix www.brownpapertickets.com or at the door.

Come hear 6 true stories about what it means to be “Different.”
Alternative, exotic, incompatible, outcast, unconventional. AEIOU… and sometimes Y? Yippee!
Distinct, fresh and separate. Different is frequently shunned or seen as undesirable but often breaks ground and sets new trends and copycats.
Curated by Tony Paniagua.
Storytellers: Terry Filipowicz, Ethel Lee-Miller, Vic Roych, Jamie Salmen, Lavina Tomer, De Anne Wright
*This show will be a special fundraising event for Southern Arizona Senior Pride.

Eastside Writing Room- June

Posted by on May 26, 2018 in Event | 0 comments

EASTSIDE WRITING ROOM JUNE 5, 12, 19, 26  11:30 AM-1:30 PM 

Our writing support group gathers each Tuesday for writing time. We welcome adult writers of all genres and share meeting between two Eastside Tucson locations. Commit each week or drop in. There is no fee, but you must RSVP.

This group is not for instruction or critiquing. It’s solely for writing. No place in your house for quiet? Too many digital temptations or house/family chores? Set your writing intention each week in a quiet, serene atmosphere.

Two hours of uninterrupted writing time. Wireless networking available. Hostess provides beverages. Feel free to bring a snack.

We begin at 11:30 but gather @ 11:15. Ten minutes of writing talk, stating intentions for the two-hour writing session, and then writing on your own project—longhand, computer etc.

New to the group? Questions? Interested writers may contact Ethel. ethel.lee.miller@gmail.com

Odyssey Storytelling -“Deal Breaker”

Posted by on May 25, 2018 in Event | 0 comments

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 7-9 PM ODYSSEY STORYTELLING “Deal Breaker”  Doors open 6:30 pm. The Sea of Glass—Center For The Arts  330 E 7thSt.  Convenient paid parking lot right next to Sea of Glass. Free street parking also.

So excited to be the curator at this event. $10 General / $7 Students with ID.  Tix www.brownpapertickets.com or at the door.

Come hear 6 local true stories about the November theme, “Deal Breakers”
DEAL BREAKER: Noun: a factor or issue that, if unresolved during negotiations, would cause one party to withdraw from a deal. Well, that sounds neat and tidy, and pretty serious.

In reality the deal breaker does not have to be a “good reason” by society’s standards, it’s a very personal thing. What’s the bottom line? Or more to the point, what’s YOUR bottom line?

So what’s that one thing that you can’t overlook or tolerate in business, in entertainment, in personal relationships, in your home, in eating/drinking/dancing/traveling/clothing habits? The list can go on and on.

“Sometimes red flags are no longer red flags, they’re deal breakers. Then, do you forgive or is it a deal breaker?

What’s the catch that can sometimes be a wakeup call?

What might have been a deal breaker then and now may only be a mere shoulder shrug? Or vice versa?

Send me your pitch for a 10-minute true story about you and a deal breaker. We can only choose 6 tellers, so we’ll let you know in plenty of time who made the cut. We also have guidelines and a rehearsal to help get you ready. It’s a great event!

Writers Read – at BREWD

Posted by on May 24, 2018 in Event | 0 comments

Brewd- a coffee lounge

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15   WRITERS READ  6-8 PM. BREWD- a coffee lounge. 4960 N. Sabino Canyon Rd

Original stories read by local authors (@ 8 minutes each). A Family friendly event. Food for thought and delicious food to eat from BREWD’s menu. Elaine Powers emcee. Readings can be from your published book, your unpublished manuscript, journal, or the brilliant story or poetry you jotted down on the back of an envelope. Pitch your story to Elaine if you want to be a reader.  lizlady@comcast.net

The Eastside Writing Room- May

Posted by on May 1, 2018 in Event | 0 comments

TUESDAY MAY 1, 15, 22, 29    11:30 AM-1:30 PM

Spring is truly here and warmer weather (much warmer) is on its way. Why not stay cool around the table of the Eastside Writing Room? We welcome adult writers of all genres and share meeting between two Eastside Tucson locations. Commit to write each week or drop in. There is no fee, but you must RSVP to the hostess.

This group is not for instruction or critiquing. It’s solely for writing. No place in your house for quiet? Too many digital temptations or house/family chores? Set your writing intention each week in a quiet, serene atmosphere. Join us each week or as your time allows.

 Two hours of uninterrupted writing time. Wireless networking available. Hostess provides beverages. Feel free to bring a snack. We begin at 11:30 but gather @ 11:15. Ten min. of writing talk, stating intentions for the two-hour writing session, and then writing on your own project—longhand, computer etc.

Interested writers may contact Ethel. ethel.lee.miller@gmail.com

 

THE EASTSIDE WRITING ROOM- APRIL 2018

Posted by on Apr 10, 2018 in Event | 0 comments

TUESDAYS  11:30 AM-1:30 PM Eastside Tucson AZ. We continue to gather each Tuesday for writing time. We welcome adult writers of all genres and share meeting between two Eastside Tucson locations. Commit each week or drop in. There is no fee, but you must RSVP

This group is not for instruction or critiquing. It’s solely for writing. No place in your house for quiet? Too many digital temptations or house/family chores? Set your writing intention each week in a quiet, serene atmosphere. Join us each week or as your time allows.

Two hours of uninterrupted writing time. Wireless networking available. Hostess provides beverages. Feel free to bring a snack.

We begin writing at 11:30 but gather @ 11:15. Ten min. of writing talk, stating intentions for the two-hour writing session, and then writing on your own project—longhand, computer etc.

Interested writers may contact Ethel.