Tucson Sisters in Crime
Program for Saturday, January 21, 2023
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
CONSIDER, WRITE, CONTEMPLATE, REVISE: REPEAT
“Our interest’s on the dangerous edge of things
the honest thief, the tender murderer, the superstitious atheist.”
Robert Browning, from Bishop Blougram’s Apology
“My discipline has evaporated.” “I can’t get started writing again!” “I just read the draft I’ve been working on for months. OMG, what was I thinking!” “I haven’t had a new idea since 2019.”
Sound familiar? We all know writing is very hard work.
If you’re finding joy in your writing, please join us and tell us where and how you found it. If you’re struggling to find the joy in writing again, please join us, have some fun and learn or rediscover useful skills and resources to spark your creativity as a writer.
Our own D. R. Ransdell, an award-winning author who holds a bachelor’s degree in Spanish, a master’s degree in English as a Second Language, and a doctorate in Rhetoric and Composition, will lead the discussion. She understands creativity and discipline: she has published ten books, has spent 25 years playing with Mariachi Mixteca and other Tucson groups; she also performs with Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra and loves the challenge. She also understands patience: she teaches writing to college students who sometimes need to be reminded to think before committing words to the page. D. R. is also a confirmed cat lover and shares her some with several felines. The furry darlings get into plenty of trouble, but at least they don’t talk back!
Please join us at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM Saturday, January 21, 2023 via Zoom.
Cost for Members is $5.00, Guests, $10.00.
Elaine Powers will host the Zoom meeting; Elise Stone will publish details in the Tucson Sisters in Crime Newsletter, so check your email for the next edition!
If you are not a member of Tucson Sisters in Crime and/or have questions about the Zoom meetings, here is the link for you to ask questions: email@example.com
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Elaine Powers will host the Zoom meeting; Elise Stone will publish details in the Tucson Sisters in Crime Newsletter, so check your email for the next edition! If you are not a member of Tucson Sisters in Crime and/or have questions about the Zoom meetings, here is the email address for you to ask questions: firstname.lastname@example.org