Open Mic @ Oak Lawn Public Library

Need a place to perform your work?   Check out these opportunities at the Oak Lawn Public Library – 9427 Raymond Ave.  –  For more Info: 708-422-4990 Open Mic Readings: Sat., Oct. 21, 11 am and/or Mon., Nov. 20, 7 pm (5 minute time limits for readers) Register online at http://www.olpl.org or in person Advertisements

October Meeting & Free Reading

  The next meeting of Longwood Writers Guild is Monday, October 23, 7 p.m., BAPA Community Room. Bring something you’re working on or write from the prompt: Space invaders. AND Save the date: Longwood Writers Guild joins the Tallgrass Writers Guild for a reading Nov. 11, 2-4 p.m., Beverly Library, 1942 W. 95th St., 60643

Ready . . . Set . . . Longwoood!

We know you have been busy,  but . . . The next session of Longwood Writers Guild is Mon., Sept. 25, 7 p.m., BAPA Community Room, 11109 S. Longwood Drive, 60643. Bring something you’re working on to read, Or write from this prompt: I (he/she) had just put my carry-on bags and shoes onto the…

July 10, 2017 – Next Meeting of the Longwood Writers Guild

Join us at 7 pm for the only meeting of the LWG in July.  Bring something that you have been working on for reading and critique or work from the prompt below. BAPA Community Room – 11109 S. Longwood Drive, Chicago, 60643 Prompt :  Summer vacation . . . For more information email – LongwoodWritersGuild@gmail.com…

Words By Friends on the Road – June 15th 7pm – Alsip Library

Words by Friends and Longwood Writers Guild present a night of favorite stories. Thurs., June 15, 7-9 p.m., Alsip Library, 11960 S Pulaski Rd. Come hear our readers reprise the works they have presented over the past two years. Free admission. (No BYOB) Some of the stories may be difficult for younger or more sensitive…

Cancelling May 8th’s Meeting

Sorry for the inconvenience, but the Longwood Writers Guild session for Mon., May 8 needs to be cancelled. However, the May 22 meeting will be in the BAPA Conference Room instead of the community room, so enter at 1987 W. 111th St. The prompt will remain He (she, I) released the hitch and gave the…