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Next CBW Meeting
Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 1 p.m.

Essex Public Library, Tappahannock

__________________________________Next CBW MeetingWednesday, April 18, 2018, 1 p.m.

Writing for $$$: 5 Steps to Getting Published in Magazines

      If you love to write, it is possible to turn that skill into a fulfilling and even lucrative second career. Ann Eichenmuller will introduce you to the world of freelance magazine writing and share from her own experience the possibilities and pitfalls of getting paid for what you write.
      Learn about the markets available to writers, the kinds of articles magazines want, and how to research, develop, and pitch winning ideas. Become familiar with the business side of this kind of freelance writing, from contracts and invoices to payments to kill fees. No matter what your age or interest, there is an audience out there waiting to hear from you.
     The library is located at 117 N. Church Lane, Tappahannock, to the right off US 17N, between Tappahannock Elementary School and Queen Street (Route 360). There is no charge and non-members are welcome to attend.

About Ann Eichenmuller
     Ann Eichenmuller is an award-winning educator and writer and creator of Motorhome magazine’s popular “Classic Ride”  series. A regular contributor to Chesapeake Bay Magazine, Chesapeake Style,  and the Caribbean All at Sea, her articles were recognized at the 2016 and 2017 Boating Writers International Annual Awards. She is a former recipient of the WashingtonPost Agnes Meyer Award for Excellence in Education and the author of two mystery novels, Kind Lies (2017) and The Lies We Are (June 2018). Ann has recently completed her first non-fiction book, The Writing Cure, about the healing power of writing.

Second Monday Radio Show
April 9, 2018 99.1 FM at 8:05 a.m. Paige Ashley Brotherton
Avery Appreciates True Friendship

Second Monday Radio ShowApril 9, 2018 99.1 FM at 8:05 a.m. Paige Ashley BrothertonAvery Appreciates True Friendship

On April 9th, Neal Steele will interview Paige Ashley Brotherton, student memberof CBW and daughter of member
Dawn Brotherton, about her debut middle grade book, Avery Appreciates True Friendship. Currently a high school sophomore, Paige is interested
in everything, but she always comes back to writing. Her book is to be published April first and has already won a LitPick Award, so the interview is sure to be  interesting!

Downed Pen
Dorothy A. Holmes
March 21, 2018

Downed PenDorothy A. HolmesMarch 21, 2018

Services for Dorothy Holmes will be at the Essex County High School Auditorium, Saturday, March 31st at 11:00am
833 High School Circle, Tappahannock VA 22560. 


Viewing for family and friends will be at the Washington Funeral Home located at 1404 Tappahannock Blvd, Tappahannock VA 22560 Friday, March 30th, from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

Condolences: Earl Holmes, 576 Minor Road, Tappahannock, Virginia 22560

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Dan Duke, of The Virginian-Pilot
spoke at the CBW Meeting on February 14 on
"Fake News and
Non-Fiction"

Dan Duke, of The Virginian-Pilotspoke at the CBW Meeting on February 14 on"Fake News andNon-Fiction"

Dan is entertainment editor at The Virginian-Pilot, directing coverage of arts and entertainment and the Flavor section. In 23 years at The Pilot, he also has worked as a copy editor, copy desk chief and assistant business editor, while staying busy outside the newsroom as, at various times, a Cub Scout den leader, a youth soccer coach, a writing and editing teacher and an amateur musician trying to do right by his 1981 Gibson ES 335.

Apply Now for 2018 CBW Second Monday Radio Interviews with Neal Steele!

We are looking for members with recently published books to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to be interviewed by Neal Steele on XTRA 99.1 FM.  Email Tracy Lanum at tracygl@cox.net or call (804) 815-9954 to get a copy of the show guidelines and discuss scheduling an interview.

How to Join Virginia Writers Club

VWC Membership is independent of CBW Chapter Membership and requires a separate application and dues payment. If you wish to join the Virginia Writers Club (VWC), click here.