Thursday Night Group   

Thursday Night Group (TNG) is facilitated by: Phil Mayne

Meets: Every Thursday, 7.30pm - 9.30pm

Costs payable in cash on the day: $5 KSP-members/$12 non-members

Christmas closure: The last 2020 session is 17 December. The first 2021 session is 14 January.

 **PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO COVID-19 THERE IS NOW A 13 PERSON LIMIT AT KSP**

Once a session has reached the maximum occupancy limit, no further persons can attend.

Please check with the group facilitator on arrival.

We also kindly ask patrons to BYO drinking glass or mug. Tea/coffee provisions provided.

The Thursday Night Group (TNG) is an unpretentious mob of writers with a penchant for variety. Our members create novels, poems, memoirs, Monologues, and short stories encompassing a wide range of genres.  Every year we publish an anthology of our latest work and for the last ten years have sponsored a team in the Write A Book In A Day (WABIAD) competition, for charity, of which we have won several. Our members regard the TNG as the perfect tool to test ideas and improve our writing. On the last Thursday of every month we issue a challenge to create a short story of around 1000 words, from a sentence selected at random, from a randomly selected book in the KSP library.

TNG is open to anyone and starts at 7:30 every Thursday evening at the KSP Writers' Centre.  If you would like an opportunity to read your work to an appreciative audience, and critique the writing of other members this is the group for you.

The only requirements for membership are a good sense of humour and a love of creative writing.

KSP Writers' Centre - Supporting Your Stories

KSP WRITERS' CENTRE ACKNOWLEDGES THE ABOVE ORGANISATIONS FOR MUCH-APPRECIATED SUPPORT

 

The KSP Foundation management team respect and honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on this land and commit to building a brighter future together.

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