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Write by the Rails Supports Local Writers and Brings Poetry to The Streets

Write by the Rails, Back on Track

By Amy Taylor The Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Writer’s Club, Write by the Rails, is working hard to bring poetry to the streets, encourage local writers and give valuable feedback on writing. Writers helping writers Jan Rayl is in her second term as president of the organization and has been a member since 2012. Rayl explained their mission …

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Write by the Rails Monthly Writers’ Meetup – East End Edition

WbtR Writers' Workshop, Write by the Rails

Come meet with fellow writers! Let’s hear about each other’s work, enjoy some coffee and collaborate. Bring a friend and your books! Write by the Rails (WbtR), the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Writers Club, aims to raise the profile of the local literary community and explore ways to nurture, cultivate and help that community grow. WbtR also strives …

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Write by the Rails (WbtR) to Hold Half-day Writers’ Workshop

WbtR Writers' Workshop, Write by the Rails

Provided by Write by the Rails Write by the Rails (WbtR), the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Writers Club, is pleased to announce a half-day writers’ workshop to be held Saturday, October 27, 2018 at Trinity Episcopal in Historic Manassas from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The “Back on the Tracks: Fall Writers’ Workshop and Social Campaign Kickoff” will …

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Write by the Rails Fall Writers Workshop: Back on the Tracks

Learn, network, get motivated! If you are a writer, published or unpublished, you’re invited to join Write by the Rails (WbtR) for a half-day workshop. The event will include a panel on marketing and breakout groups. Plus, you’ll get to join us in the hard launch of our #WbtR #BackOnTrackNow social media campaign. All are welcome! A $10 contribution by …

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Write by the Rails (WbtR)

Write by the Rails, Back on Track

Write by the Rails (WbtR), the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Writers Club, aims to raise the profile of the local literary community and explore ways we can nurture, cultivate and help that community grow. We also strive to be an integral part of the larger arts community and to enhance the quality of life for residents of the …

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Write by the Rails is ‘Back on Track’ with events

Write by the Rails (WbtR), the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Writers Club, has announced two new initiatives in conjunction with its 2018-19 theme, “Back on Track.” The group, which aims to raise the profile of the local literary community, started by scheduling a half-day, fall writers’ workshop to be held October 27, 2018 at Trinity Church in Historic …

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Write by the Rails Founder Katherine Gotthardt Named to Northern VA Poetry Post

The Poetry Society of Virginia, a statewide organization promoting the writing and enjoyment of poetry, has appointed Bristow poet Katherine M. Gotthardt Vice President of the Society’s Northern Region. The Northern Region includes the D.C. Metro area, Stafford and Fredericksburg. As VP, Gotthardt will coordinate existing local programs, create new programs, raise the profile of the Society and recruit new members. Gotthardt holds …

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Write by the Rails Joins PWC Arts Council

On Jan. 8, the Board of Directors of the Prince William County Arts Council approved its newest member:  Write by the Rails, the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Writers Club.   “This expands the Arts Council in a wonderful way,” said Kathy Bentz, PWC Arts Liaison. “For 20 years, the council has represented dance, music, visual art and theatre, but …

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Write by the Rails

Write by the Rails, the Prince William Chapter of the Virginia Writers Club (www.virginiawritersclub.org), aims to raise the profile of the local literary community and explore ways we can nurture, cultivate and help that community grow.  If you are a writer (published or unpublished) affiliated with Manassas, Manassas Park or Prince William County, consider joining by e-mailing us at [email protected]  …

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A Special Guest Writer

Prince William author Dan Verner

by Dan Verner I first met Colleen LaMay at a Write by the Rails meeting a couple of months ago. She sat by herself at a table in the back, and I’m afraid few people welcomed her. I’m not sure I said anything to her myself, although I usually try to greet new people. I saw Colleen next at an informal gathering …

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