Attention authors, writers and aspiring writers!

The California Writers Club has formed and chartered a new branch in the south part of California's Central Coast. The Coastal Dunes Branch is centered in the south part of San Luis Obispo county and the northern part of Santa Barbara county. Anyone residing in either of those counties is welcome to attend our monthly meetings, workshops or other sponsored events.


Come to our September 10th, 2016 Meeting and Program!

NOTE: 2nd Saturday due to Labor Day holiday!

Join us on Saturday, September 10th, 2016, for our monthly meeting. We will first have a brief CWC meeting. This will be followed by our featured presentation, That Comma Doesn't Go There: Why You Need Editors to Help You Keep it Real, featuring Natalie McDermott and Mindy Conde. It is being hosted by the Nipomo Library, and there is no charge for the meeting.

Date/times: Saturday, September 10th, 2016
10:15 - 11:00 AM: Networking, CWC Announcements
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM: Featured presentation, Q&A

Following the presentation, from 12:30 - 1:30 PM: CWC Critique Group meeting

Where: Community Room, Nipomo Library, 918 West Tefft Street, Nipomo, CA
Directions: From 101 northbound or southbound, take the Tefft street exit.
Proceed west for .9 mile. At Orchard, turn right into library parking lot.

Questions: Email us.

Join us on Saturday, September 10th, featuring speakers Natalie McDermott and Mindy Conde of TheCrimsonQuill.com:

Featured Presentation: "That Comma Doesn't Go There: Why You Need Editors to Help You Keep it Real"

Having someone edit your work is more than just getting back a grammatically correct document—it’s about trusting someone to read your work with an eye to making it better and honing in on those things that you as an author won't necessarily catch. Beta readers and friends are great resources, but in this presentation Natalie and Mindy will address the key reasons professional editing is important to taking your manuscript to the next level. They will also go over the editing process as a whole, how to work with an editor, and how to get the most out of the process. Don't miss this informative and lively presentation!