About

Hello and a warm welcome to the Salisbury Writing Circle.

We are the largest, liveliest and friendliest fiction writing community in South Wiltshire. Formed in Spring 2015 (though a previous version of the circle ran for many years, with the esteemed William Golding as honorary president), we have over 100 members, ranging from enthusiastic beginners through to internationally published novelists. We get together once a month at Sarum College in the Cathedral Close: the sessions begin with workshopping a particular aspect of writing; we then usually have a guest author to come along, who talks and takes questions on their own work; we then retire to a local hostelry to carry on talking books over a glass of wine.

The sessions are led by local author Tom Bromley, who teaches novel writing for the Faber Academy and is Director of Fiction for the Professional Writing Academy. There is no charge for attending: the aim of the group is to build and grow a supportive community of local writers. We want to keep the sessions free so that anyone interested in writing and meeting other writers can come along, regardless of circumstance (we remain extremely grateful to the lovely Sarum College for the use of their room, and ask for a small voluntary donation to continue this).

If you are interested in joining, please contact Tom Bromley at tom.bromley@virgin.net or find us on social media on Facebook or Twitter.

Forthcoming dates are as follows:

Wednesday 5th July

August — No meeting, Summer Drinks TBC

Wednesday 6th September

Thursday 12th October

Friday 27th – Sunday 29th October — Salisbury Literary Festival

Wednesday 8th November

December — no meeting, Christmas Drinks, TBC

 

All regular sessions 7.30pm, Sarum College, 19 The Close, Salisbury, SP1 2EE

Many thanks for dropping by and hope to see you soon!

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