Hi everyone, our September sessions are 9th and 23rd in a pub near Victoria, London. Please read the about page to find details and contact information.
Hi everyone, our next session is the 24th June. So if you’ve not been before and are considering it, please see the ‘About’ page and send us an email or connect on Facebook. We are always happy for people to join us for a session to see if we are the right fit for them.
Our sessions for the rest of the summer are as follows:
Some of these sessions may be writing and discussion only sessions (no critiques), but we’ll know closer to the time.
Our next sessions are Tuesday the 13th May and Tuesday the 27th of May. We always encourage new members to come along at least once to meet the group and see how we go about things. We are a fairly sociable lot and have lively discussions along with the more serious business of critique. We use a blend of written and verbal feedback that is meant to help authors understand how they effect their audience.
If you’re interested in joining us please see the ‘about’ page for further details.
Neil is an exceptionally talented writer and we are please to invite everyone to his book launch in May.
Originally posted on ayeahmur:
I’d like to invite everyone in the Glasgow/West Of Scotland*** to join me at Waterstones, Argyle St on Tuesday 6th May for the official launch of The Moon King. The event runs from 7pm til 8.30pm, and afterwards I reckon we’ll probably go on somewhere for a celebratory drink.
For more details, contact Waterstones, Argyle St (who have been BRILLIANT in putting this together for us).
If you’ve not been to a book launch before, here are a few tips about what to expect:
- Don’t buy the book prior to the launch. Exercise every scrap of patience you possess and buy it at the event. (Remember to bring money.)
- Before the event, the author will shuffle about, chatting embarrassedly to the staff, hoping that someone–anyone–will turn up.
- Once enough people have arrived to save the author from having to talk to himself, he’ll probably do a short reading…not the one he’d…
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Cola Factory is now meeting twice a month. The first session in August is the 6th and the second is the 20th. If you’re interested in attending either sessions please visit the about page and contact us.
Cola Factory is also piloting a new podcast full of writery and genre based discussions. Look out for the audio goodness coming to a podcast catcher of your choice.