Writers Lunch

Share ideas, books, successes, challenges of the writing life with other local authors. Fronimos on Speedway is our wonderful venue.


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Atria Creative Writing Group

Ethel Lee-Miller facilitates this final meeting of the year celebrating our writing and who we are as writers.


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The Eastside Writing Room

Break the solitary moments in your writing life. Join other adult writers for two hours of dedicated, writing. We state our intentions and then – write. Eastside Tucson AZ


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Writers Lunch

An eating meeting for local writers in Tucson. Share lunch and food for thought about writing and where you submit your work.


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The Eastside Writing Room

The Eastside Writing Room is a weekly interruption-free writing time and space for adult writers in the Tucson AZ area. Registration required.


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Writers Lunch

Writers Lunch is a Tucson-based writing support group open to all adult writers. RSVP necessary.


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Writers Lunch

Tucson/Green Valley/Oro Valley writers share ideas, successes, challenges as well as lunch. Open to all adult writers.


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Eastside Writing Room

Write in the company of other adult writers. Weekly writing group on the Eastside of Tucson.


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Roll Up Your Sleeves and…

“All work and no play” still makes sense. Read how one


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Bored and Restless

Drop your type A traits. Be a slug- at least for a while.


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You Can Have It All

Three kinds of writing events to keep you in touch with your writing community. Quick tips for a Writers Lunch, Writers Read, and a few basics about a writing group.


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Eastside Writing Room– June

Enhance your writing life in the company of local writers in Tucson. A weekly meeting for adult writers.


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Writers Lunch in Green Valley

An eating meeting for writers to share ideas, events, writing tips and tools over lunch. For all adult writers, published or fledgling.


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The Eastside Writing Room- March

Looking for a writing group? Local group in Tucson.


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Grab Onto Success

Consider your latest accomplishments. Do not categorize as to big or small. Done = accomplishment. Done is better than perfect. Latch onto the feelings that went with the accomplishments. Whew! At last! Did it! Even more important–I’m trustworthy. Those feelings make it easier to take the next steps.


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Writing Classics – Book #9 | The Art of Fiction (2000) by Ayn Rand

The Art of Fiction is a collection of lectures Ayn Rand gave in 1958 in her living room (can you imagine being there!) on the four elements of fiction—theme, plot, characterization, and style.


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