Schedule and Location

Welcome to the Sarasota Writers Group Blog. Meetings are held the first and third Wednesday of the month at the Nokomis Fire Station, located just a few blocks south of Albee Road (where Matthews-Currie Ford is located) at Pavonia Road. We are on the west, or bay side, of U.S. 41, by the Fire Station's flashing yellow caution traffic light. If you are coming from the south on US 41, we are just north of Dona Bay. Turn on Pavonia and pull to the far end, or west side, of the firehall. Please do not block the fire doors! We meet in the training room on the far side of the complex. Gathering time: 6:00 pm Meeting called to order: 6:30 pm Ten minute break: 7:50 pm Meeting Finishes at 9:00 pm

Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Florida Writer Magazine

To All the Sarasota Group

All of the paid up members of FWA should be receiving their copy of the The Florida Writer in the mail. The group leader no longer receives a separate copy by mail in addition to the alloted copies sent UPS so I'm not sure when they'll be arriving. If you are paid up and do not receive your magazine, you'll have to let me know so we can get the problem fixed. You are entitled to it as one of your member benefits. For those that do receive it, if you'd like to comment about the magazine or any specific article you found helpful, please email me your comment for my column by the 20th of the month. Nuther way to get your name in print! Too, it is YOUR magazine, please feel free to make submissions and showcase your work or your latest news.

Speaking of latest news, Michael Durr, "My Brain My Future" and myself are scheduled to be interviewed on Http:// next Tuesday, June 10th at 7am and again at 11am. Susan Klaus of Authors Connection has included the FWA members in this opportunity. To hear the broadcast, go to Radio Ear and click on Author Connection. If you have a book and would like to be interviewed on the air, contact Susan at I'd also like to congratulate Susan on her election to president of the Sarasota Fiction Writers. She, too, is one busy gal.