December is a light month, so you can get to all your holiday activities, but we'd love to see you at Fixed Gear (Edinburgh location) on Saturday 11 at 7:00. It may be our last chance before Omicron shuts us down again.
As always, you can find more information about upcoming events on our Calendar – https://vocamus.net/community/calendar.
Writing Room runs Monday mornings from 9:00 AM to noon at the Guelph Little Theatre (but not on December 27). It's a time of quiet co-writing. Attendance is limited. Details here – https://vocamus.net/community/events/2021/09/writing-room.
The Guelph Guild of Storytellers holds its regular meeting online, at 7:00 PM, on the first Wednesday of every month. The event includes an open-mic and scheduled tellers from Guelph along with guests. Email Brian for the Zoom link – email@example.com.
Guelph author Jeremy Luke Hill will be reading from his new chapbook, Ordinary Eternal Machinery, for London WordsFest, on Sunday December 5 at 4:00 PM. For more information and sign up for the zoom link, check here – http://wordsfest.ca/events/2021/a-chapbook-launch-with-845-press-and-rose-garden-press.
Vocamus Writers Community's Second Saturday writers' hang-out is on Saturday November 13, 7:00 PM, at Fixed Gear Brewing. It's a casual and unstructured chance to meet with other writers, have a drink, and chat about what you're reading and writing.
Guelph author Tsveti Nacheva's debut mystery Fault Lines, set in a fictional Canadian town inspired by Guelph, is out on December 1. For more information, please visit tsvetinacheva.com.
Guelph publisher, Publication Studio, has just put out a new book called City in a Wild Garden: Stories of the Nature of Cities Volume 2. Get your copy here – https://publicationstudio.biz/books/city-in-a-wild-garden/.
Submissions for our 2021/2022 Rhapsody Anthology are now open, and we're expanding the anthology to include short prose. Check the submission details here – https://vocamus.net/community/blog/rhapsody-revamp-and-submissions-are-open
- Local publishing company One Thousand Trees has launched a new online magazine entitled Stories: poetry, prose, and personal reflection. Deadline for submissions is the 25th of each month. Volume 1 can be viewed at www.onethousandtrees.com. For more information, or to send your submission, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let us know if we’ve missed anything, and we’ll post it through our media and in our calendar. If you’re planning something for next month, let us know that too, and we’ll include it in the next newsletter.