SWWT MEETINGS

Next meeting July 2, 2018 - Launceston

In Launceston we meet at LINC - Level 2, Room 1, 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. All welcome.

HOMEWORK:

Step One: If you haven't done so already, then write a six-word story.

Step Two: Expand your six-word story to a short story, 750 words maximum, and bring both along to the next SWWT meeting in Launceston. 

Tea and coffee available.

Gold coin donation.

 

PS: There is a poetry competition that is being run in conjunction with the Latrobe heat of the Australian Poetry Slam and which will be held at the Chocolate Winterfest, The House of Anvers, Latrobe, Sunday, August 12, 2018.  Poem entry fee free. Theme: chocolate. Entries close Friday, July 20. Any questions, ring Yvonne on 041 3321 834 or send your poem to Joy: wordsunited@maisonrond.com

Words United (see photo) will be performing at the festival.

The full winterfest program will be released on World Chocolate Day, July 7,  but here's a taster of what to expect at Latrobe: https://www.chocolatewinterfest.com.au/

Good luck.

 


Annual General Meeting

The SWWT AGM was held at LINC, Launceston on October 2, 2017. The Society and its members offer congratulations and appreciation to those who have stepped down or stepped forward to form the new Executive and Committee for 2017-2018.

To SWWT's immediate past president Marilyn Arnold, who for a time was also Stylus editor, thank you.

A special mention goes to Wendy Laing who has not only taken on the Stylus editorship, but has once again taken on the position of President while retaining the post of Competitions Secretary, thank you.

Warm thanks go to our vice presidents, north and south, Elizabeth Russell-Arnot and Robyn Mathison for their continuing service in these roles and to the Society, with a particular mention of Robyn Mathison for her long ministration as Coffee Break editor on behalf of the Society (Coffee Break is now in abeyance).Thank you.

An immense debt of gratitude goes to our long-standing treasurer, Jane Waite, for her many years of service in that position. Well done and thank you.

Following in Jane's footsteps as treasurer, Anne Wilde and Ros Sydes will share aspects of the role. Best wishes and thank you.

Mary Farr, who will continue as the Minutes Secretary. Thank you.

Yvonne Saw, who has been the postal magazine Ripples' editor for many years. Thank you.

To former president Yvonne Gluyas who continues as a committee member, thank you.

And a final word of thanks to Christina Booth, who not only designed the new SWWT logo, but for a time was Vice President (North) and Stylus editor. Thank you.

Committee 2017-2018:

President - Wendy Laing  

Vice President North - Liz Russell Arnot 

Vice President South - Robyn Mathison

Treasurer - Anne Wilde 

Public Officer - Anne Wilde

Secretary - minutes - Mary Farr

Secretary - competitions - Wendy Laing

Membership Officer - Ros Sydes

Committee members - Yvonne Gluyas

Stylus Editor- Wendy Laing

Website and FB Administrator- Rose Frankcombe

Magazine editors- eWings: Anne Wilde assisted by Elizabeth Russell-Arnot; Coffee Break (in abeyance); Ripples: Yvonne Saw

 

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19.09 | 10:41

can you please tell me where to see the results of last competition which closed on 31st August.
thanks

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03.09 | 11:41

It is too late for our competition so here is a good site to find competitions that are still open.
austwriterscompetitions/AWRFiles/competitions
Wendy Laing

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01.09 | 07:13

I've only just now discovered your short story competition and saw that entries closed yesterday! I have the perfect story to enter. Is it really too late?

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26.08 | 23:06

I like yous saide& love poetry

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