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London Writers’ Club

One for the (London-based) writers among you.

The London Writers Club is a new monthly event put on by a couple of agents, with the intention of allowing writers (both working and prospective) to network. A friend of mine put me onto it a few weeks ago. Like I said, it’s fairly new (I believe that the event I attended was its third), but the event I went to was very professionally put on and had drawn quite a crowd. It does cost to get in, but the talk we had (by author Matt Whyman) was very good, and I had some really interesting chats with some of the other attendees.

Unfortunately, I won’t be able to attend the next event as I’m busy that evening, but I definitely intend to go to future events. However, they’ve got the details up on their website so I thought I’d put them up here:

London Writers’ Club

‘An inspiring networking club for writers run by publishing professionals, Kirsty Mclachlan and Jacqueline Burns.’

June 9 speaker: Script Factory’s Lucy Scher
What does it take to turn a book or idea into a great script for the screen?

Lucy has worked with writers on short, feature and documentary projects. She has delivered courses for production companies, MEDIA training courses and the UK Film Council; and conducts development training for The Script Factory both in the UK and internationally. She also runs screenwriter training for the Arvon Foundation.

Date: June 9

Time: 6.30-8pm, Bar opens 6pm

Venue: Clerkenwell House, 23-27 Hatton Wall, Clerkenwell EC1

If you’d like to meet other writers and be inspired to take your writing to the next level the London Writers’ Club is for you.

If hanging out with all sorts of writers who share practical advice about writing is what you need then come along to a London Writers’ Club event.

Tickets: £10 in advance and £15 on the door.


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