Our Next Meeting

Thursday 14 June 2018

How to survive as a freelance writer with Alison Hawes


Looking back upon her twenty years as a full time writer, Alison will look at the pros and cons of working as a freelance and will be sharing her tips and dos and don’ts on making a success of this choice of career.
Alison writes fiction and non-fiction reading books for children aged 4 to 14 years. She has had over 300 titles published to date. With sales in excess of 2 million, her titles are sold world-wide. Before settling on a career as a freelance writer, Alison worked as an infant teacher, a classroom assistant, a playgroup helper, a respite carer and a literacy tutor for teenagers.



All meetings are at Goring Methodists Church Hall - start at 7:30pm

Meetings are open to all - Saver members - Free; Members - £3;  Non-Members / Guests - £5 (unless otherwise stated)



Steyning Festival 2018 Short Story Award

The Shortlist for the Steyning Festival 2018 Short Story Award has now been published. You can find the shortlist, along with the highly commended entries and the named version of the previously published longlist here.



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 Coast Lines Anthology

Celebrating 80 years of West Sussex Writers, this anthology features short stories and poems from 35 members, spanning many styles and genres. Coast Lines is available in paperback This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or on Kindle via Amazon.

Includes work from the following writers - Sue Ajax-Lewis, Alison Batcock, Terence Brand, Rose Bray, Ian C. Black, Caroline Collingridge, Suzanne Conboy-Hill, Richard Buxton, Paul Doran, Derek Eastwood, Liz Eastwood, John Falconer, Patricia Feinberg Stoner, Rhona Gorringe, Patricia Graham, Wendy Greene, Pat Hopper, Jackie Harvey, Alison Hawes, Lyn C. Jennings, Audrey Lee, Alexander Medwell, Laurie Morris, Christine Mustchin, Janet Rogers, Kathy Schilbach, Dave Simpson, Cherrie Taylor, Lela Tredwell, Nina Tucknott, Andrew Westgate, Terry Westwood, Phil Williams and Sandra Wood-Jones.

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