Schmooze, Don’t Snooze!
Don’t miss out on this great night of fun and camaraderie.
PWAC (Professional Writers Association of Canada) Quebec presents its annual PUB NITE on Monday, November 18, 2013. ALL are welcome.
Join us downtown at McKibbin’s Irish Pub!
We’ll be upstairs in the Toucan Room. Come and warm up with a drink and pleasant conversation as we:
- schmooze with writers from 7:00 – 9:00 pm
- find out more about PWAC
- catch up on member news
- win great door prizes
Come to PWAC QUEBEC PUB NITE and you’ll have a chance to win:
- one of two $50 gift cards for Chapters / Indigo
Receive a FREE ticket for our draw when you attend. Bring a potential member or two and receive an ADDITIONAL FREE ticket when they sign up for our email announcements. Continue reading
PWAC member Eve Krakow will be one of three writers reading from an anthology of short stories called Shy: An Anthology. PWAC Quebec members are encouraged to come out and support Eve on November 11th at Depanneur Café from 7:00-9:00PM.
PWAC Quebec member Julie Barlow and husband and co-author, Jean-Benoît Nadeau, will celebrate the launch of their latest book, The Story of Spanish.
Join them at Paragraphe Bookstore, 2220 McGill College, on June 13, at 5 p.m.
If you can’t make the launch, you might like to read the review in the June 1st edition of The Economist, or listen to their interview on Radio Canada International – in Spanish!
Visit their website for more details.
On Thursday, May 30th, 2013, the McGill Writing Centre (MWC) will host a roundtable discussion among journalism professionals on what the advent of the digital newsroom means for professional writers. Topics will include the proliferation of new markets for professional writers, the nuts and bolts of working in a virtual media organization, reconfiguration of profit models for traditional news outlets, the impact of online publishing on pay rates, copyright and reuse, the blurring of the line between advertising and news, the rise of the citizen journalist and the blogosphere, and the evolution of ethics and professional codes.
PWAC Quebec member Nancy A. Locke will moderate the event.
More information can be found at The McGill Writing Centre’s website.
Screenwriting Seminar, June 15: A dynamic, one-day seminar that gives you the tools to start writing your own screenplay. No experience necessary. Topics include characters and characterization, narrative structure, visualization, story boarding, dialogue, script formatting, and more. Taught by university instructor and freelance writer Elizabeth Johnston.
- Early bird fee: $100.
- Deadline for early registration is May 16.
- Location: Guy Metro.
Contact email@example.com or screenwriting.eventzilla.net.