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Tavistock Writers

Hiya. I run a writers' group based in Tavistock Square (nearest Tube stations are Russell Square, Euston & Euston Square - all about five minutes' walk away from the venue). We meet every Wednesday evening at 7.00 (we have no set finishing time) to present and discuss our various works-in-progress: the feedback we provide is excellent and we're all serious writers - i.e. we write on a daily/near-daily basis, bring new or revised work along every week and aim to be published. We're now looking to expand the group, so if you're interested in joining us, please e-mail me with a sample of your work: this can be either fiction, poetry, screenwriting or drama - or articles on art, literature, music, psychology, philosophy, politics, etc. Please include approximately 3/4 pages in total. My e-mail address is:  Mail-me . If you have any problems contacting me via that address, just call or text me on 07792 707910. Thanks!

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