Crewe & District Writers' Circle

MEMBERS' SUCCESSES​​ JAN 2021 ONWARDS

JAN: Moragh has had permission granted to use a potato harvester photo in her children's book. FEB:Maggie's short story for National Story Telling Week is on Crewe Library FB page and YouTube. Beyond the Spectrum: Maggie has also had two pieces accepted for their anthology. Trixi now has her own YouTube channel (Trixi Field) with currently 4 videos; two movements from "Songs of the Meres" suite for piano, and two movements from "Trees" for clarinet and piano.  It has prompted the sale of some sheet music. Helen's YouTube channel is: Helen's Poetry World. Helen also has a poem - Crossing - published on a USA Journal/Blog for Newark Street Library. 





​​​​MEMBER WEBSITES:
Sheila Blackburn
https://sheilamayblackburn.com
Steve Goodwin:
https://stejgoodwin.wixsite.com/books
facebook.com/culinanucobold
Moragh Carter:
https://moraghsblog.wordpress.com
www.clippings.me/moraghcarter
​​​Trixi Field:
https://trixifieldmusic.webstarts.com
Maggie Shaw: htpps://eregendol.com



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Regular meetings of the circle take place in Nantwich on the second Tuesday of each month. If you are a budding writer or indeed, a published writer, and are interested in joining us, or would like to know more about the circle please contact us: CreweAndDistrictWritersCircle@gmail.com

COVID 19 VIRUS UPDATE: The Circle is currently meeting on Zoom. Please contact us if you would like to join and attend meetings. ​


It was with deep sadness that we announced the passing of Waltraud Field end September 2019. Originally from Germany, Waltraud was one of the founding members of the Writers' Circle formed in 1964, and which she originally joined in order to develop her writing skills in English. She wrote poetry, articles and short stories both in English and her mother tongue, and was firstly a passionate and enthusiastic member, Treasurer and finally Chair, supporting and encouraging other writers and members of the circle as she felt she had been supported and encouraged. Along with her family, garden, cooking and writing, the Circle was one of the most important elements in her life and she chaired it until shortly before her death at age 91. The circle members were delighted to pay tribute to Waltraud by naming our international poetry  competition in her memory, and it was fitting that this should be done two years previously, while she was still with us, and could enjoy the appreciation that members felt towards her for her tireless, 55-year service to the circle.