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We are the Durham University Creative Writing Society! We meet every Tuesday in ER155 for writing, reviewing work and miscellaneous sessions. We also hold regular events, such as socials and writing events. We also publish an annual anthology of the work that members of the society have written throughout the year. This is a fantastic opportunity to get some experience with what it's like to actually be published and is a great memento of the year. Current Exec (2013/14) President: Katie Lumsden Secretary: Kristin Farrants Treasurer: Kalil Copley Events Coordinator: James Wardlaw (interim Events Coordinator: Alex Hill) Send us an email at email@example.com to get on our mailing list!
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Anthologies have arrived! Come along on Tuesday to get your copies!
"Remember, remember" is the prompt tonight - join us at 7.30 in ER153!
Join us for our first prompt session tonight in ER153 at 7.30, where the theme for this week is heroes and villians!
First meeting of term on Tuesday 7.30 in ER153 - come along for writing games and cake (will be served in the pub after the session)!
Some highlights from the DUCWS picnic limerick game: There once was a flaming goose, who met with a famous moose. The moose drank her beer, then stabbed her with a spear, because he was rather a douche. There was a young moose called Clive, who barely could manage to jive. His foxtrot was smooth, so he got on his grove, and went for a wondrous nose-dive. There once was a blimp in the sky. It would fly amazingly high. The captain was gay, loved to practise ballet, but was so bad his whole crew did cry. When plotting for world domination, it’s poor form to take a vacation. While some time in the sun can be rather fun, you really should be taking over nations. There was once a lady called Bill, who fed herself mainly on krill. It didn’t taste good. Against it she stood – so she turned mad and started to kill… There once was a feather-brained man, whose best friend was sadly a clam. Though they tried to stay friends, he came down with the bends, and ate him in a sandwich with ham.
Two updates within the hour - aren't you guys lucky? Anyway, guess what's just been published: the DUCWS Annual Anthology 2012-2013! :D Available from this evening's session from President Katie (first copy free to contributors. Extra copies and non-contributors £2).
Don't forget we've changed rooms for the exam period: we'll be in CM105 on the science site at the usual time of 7:30. We'll be meeting outside the Bill Bryson library at 7:20 for those who don't usually frequent the science site. Come along for prompt sessions to unleash your creativity and have a bit of a break from revision.
IMPORTANT NOTICE!!! THE SESSION TODAY IS CANCELLED! Really sorry for the short notice guys, and the lack of e-mail (the mailing list doesn't seem to be working for us at the moment), but we're going to have to cancel today's meeting - none of the exec can actually make it, and due to some crossed wires we didn't realise this until yesterday! Please help us by spreading the word if you know someone who's interested in coming but don't have fb/haven't liked this page. Sorry again, and we'll (hopefully!) see some of you next week! The Exec (Katie, Kristin, Kalil, James, and Alex)
The deadline for ANTHOLOGY submissions is TODAY. Send in your best work for publication to before midnight tonight: firstname.lastname@example.org