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24 Mar meeting notes; 31 Mar reading list

March 28, 2011

24 MARCH MEETING NOTES

Eight people attended: Burt, Casey, Glenda, Jonathan, Lance (read 2.5 chapters of Identity), Maddie, Melodye and Rosie (read two chapters of On Thin Ice).

News & Notes

Dear Bully, the anthology that includes Melodye’s autobiographical essay about school bullying, will be released by HarperCollins on 23 August.

Glenda’s short story “What’s the Real Story?” was accepted by the 2011 Arkansas Literary Festival.

Burt recommends agent Donald Maass’ Twitter feed. Maass wrote Writing the Breakout Novel, which was a PFL homework reading.

We’ll continue to meet at the Tustin Panera Bread (2467 Park Ave, Tustin, also at The District) until May or until they kick us out, whichever comes first. While you’re not required to eat there, it would be politic to buy some coffee or dessert.

Remember that on Wednesday, 4 May, we’ll be moving to our new home at the Heritage Park branch of OC Public Libraries, 14361 Yale Avenue (@ Walnut Av), Irvine. If you need to rearrange your schedule in order to stay with us, now’s a good time to start.

31 MARCH READING LIST

Please review this list for accuracy. If you discover any mistakes or omissions, please let us know in advance of the meeting.

Stace (3/10)
Melodye (3/24)
Casey (3/24)
Marianna (3/17)
JoAnne (3/17)
Glenda (3/24)
Shari (3/17)
Jonathan (3/24)
Kermit (3/17)
Julia (3/10)
Burt (3/24)
Maddie (3/24)
Rosie (3/24)
Lance (3/24)
John D. (3/3)

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. John D permalink
    March 28, 2011 10:32 pm

    Haven’t I dropped to the bottom? I will be back, promise.

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