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There were several stories. Our next meeting is on Wednesday 24th October at 7.
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All who are interested will be warmly welcomed. There were several entries, a couple more of a fantasy nature, and the rest more autobiographical. This technique has obviously proved very valuable, as one writer came first equal! The results were all very close-run, but Hilary Staley and Ron Williamson drew in equal votes as winners, with Sheila Whitfield a close second. The next meeting on Wednesday 10th October at 7.
All interested in writing and getting if desired friendly constructive criticism are warmly welcome to our meetings which are in Community House, East Parade, Harrogate. For further information telephone His hours of the day are so disciplined that he also finds time to be the Deputy Headmaster of a school! He spoke with great enthusiasm of the joys of writing. There are several reasons for writing, we were told.
Firstly, enjoy writing. The next best thing is not being a professional writer — that way you can write whatever you like when you like. Make writing a daily habit. When rereading your work, try and spot your mistakes come on, we all make mistakes! And when you bang into the proverbial brick wall, know when to lay that particular piece of work aside. In being encouraged as to how to improve writing, Jonathan said to keep a notebook and jot down every idea. The whole talk was vibrant and lively, and although our group was unfortunately thin on the ground that night due to late holidays, we all greatly valued his tuition.
Our next meeting in on Wednesday 26th September. There were so many poems as well as short stories, that space here precludes naming all the authors and all the works read. It is possible that two criticisms can contradict each other, but points of value can be gained from each and every one. Our next meeting on 18th July is a competition. We are asked to write a 4-minute play for three players. It promises to be extremely interesting, and fun, listening and watching all those mini-sketches. Do come and join us. We meet fortnightly in Community House, East Parade at 7.
Different things kick off the urge to put thought to paper. Sometimes, as in professional writing, the writer is bound by subject and time, and the manner in which it is presented.
It was an extremely interesting evening, with thoughts and explanations given as well as constructive criticisms. There was even one theory proposed using alphabetical letters to help to clarify rhythm and structure. The next meeting on 4th July is a Manuscript Evening, and all who are interested in writing are warmly invited to come to our meetings which are held fortnightly in Community House, East Parade, Harrogate at 7. Our last meeting was a Manuscript Evening, and there were several excellent manuscripts read aloud.
Some of these were the submissions for the annual Article Competition, but as we ran out of time at that meeting, we heard them at this one. You will be told later at what date this competition will be heard on the radio! If you are interested in coming to see and hear our group which meets on alternate Wednesdays, phone or Professor Paul Hardwick of Trinity All Saints College, Leeds was once again our very welcome speaker at our last meeting, which was the adjudication of the annual Article Competition.
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Paul then read some of his own poetry, and also described a poem in which he spoke to a photograph of an RAF chap of years ago, telling him of life today, and then speaking as though to someone years from now. Sadly there was no time for any of the articles to be read, but our next Manuscript Evening on 6th June promises a bumper harvest!
The last meeting of the Circle was Manuscript Evening, when our readings ranged from short stories to poetry. We had interesting discussions on each manuscript. Sue Hardy-Dawson who has recently had her own book of poetry for children published was pleased to announce that she has had one of her poems included in an anthology of poems written by women, but for everyone to read!
There are poems to read and please. Our next meeting on 27 th May is the adjudication of our annual Article Competition by Prof. Paul Hardwick. If you like writing — or even if you like listening to writing, you will be warmly welcomed. At the last meeting we combined the pleasure of accepting The Barnes Trophy presented by the family of our late member and friend, Chris Barnes, with our annual Spring Social Evening.
Chris had meant a lot to us older members, and we greatly admired his talent in writing in all genres. He had gone the extra mile on our behalf and had written a short comment on each contribution. This describes the frustration of a dissatisfied customer trying to persuade his garden centre to send his order to replace very unwanted garden gnomes.
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We then had our Social Evening, where tremendous choices of comestibles were awaiting us. Although an evening in commemoration of a very gifted writer, friend and father, this was a very happy occasion. Paul Smith wrote a lovely story regarding a severely disabled girl unable to move any muscles. She was visited by a green Welsh angel who promised her happiness.
When the girl died quietly that day she was found smiling beautifully and had happiness over her whole face. Hilary Staley wrote of an athletic year old who habitually broke into houses where windows were left open, then departed after leaving a warning note about foolish behaviour.
Sometime later on entering that room, the girl was discovered asleep on her bed! The little boy had been playing in his room, and unknown to his mother had succeeded in opening his window. With great care the little boy was saved, completely unhurt. During all the fuss, the family plus recovered rabbit and their furniture piled into a van and took off. The dog returned, to find the house closed and no-one to let him in. Although seemingly difficult in school, he really wanted to learn, and she promised to coach him.
The winner was Sheila Whitfield, and the runner-up was Hilary Staley. Our visitor that evening, Matthew Wyatt read out some untitled pieces of dialogue. Following this there will be an opportunity to read manuscripts. If you like writing, you are very warmly invited to join us on alternate Wednesdays at 7.
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For more information phone We were delighted to welcome Mrs Ruth Bowes, a Past-Chairman and long-time member of the Circle to be our speaker at the last meeting. Ruth has written several books and told us of some of the trials and tribulations a writer encounters when trying to be published. She was greatly encouraged both by a novelist who saw the potential in her writing, and also by one of her English teachers, who also encouraged her to write articles. However as the book was about four sisters, the story expanded until four books were written, each from the point of view of a different sister.
It had taken some time before the first one was accepted by a publisher, and she discovered that every publisher has a different idea about what the book needs.
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Know what you want to say, be it a family story, fantasy or poetry, but always know your limitations. This was a very interesting evening, and we much appreciated the easy and practical way in which she spoke to us. Our next meeting, an Internal Competition, is on 28 March at 7. Phone for further information. All potential writers are welcome to join us. Come and try us out to see if we are the ones to help you fulfil your dreams.
Some were manuscripts written by the readers, which included articles, poetry stories and even a short play. Some readings were personal favourites read and reread over many years — and each one added that special spark to a Christmas Manuscript evening. We had a very pleasant evening, good companions, good and varied readings, and a lovely supper. If you are interested in writing, and getting some friendly and constructive criticism if requested, please phone either or We look forward to meeting you.
She has had many of her short stories and novels published. In her introductory remarks she said that writing the short story is not an easy task. One important point — a short story is not a compressed novel. While being short, it should not be trivial, and should have a point to it.
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