cardiff writers circle
Supporting local writers since 1947
Writing is a solitary pursuit
Writing can be a lonely business but the good news is that a writing group is often a great source of support.
There is nothing more valuable for a writer – whether aspiring or more established – than receiving an objective view on their work from a careful reader. It’s gold dust.
Spend time with fellow writers
“You need other writers. To share your work with and receive valuable feedback on. To be with a trusted group of fellow writers struggling with the same problems, striving for the same goals is such a great feeling. And part of a peer support network which is essentially what the writing group is reinforces that fact that I am a writer.”
Workshop Blog 22/05/23
The sun has got his hat on hip hip hip hooray… now hold on a minute. Why is the moon mainly referred to as ‘she’ and the sun as ‘he’? …
Cardiff 75 Anthology – Praise & Reviews
“A big box of marvels, abuzz with distinctive voices and vivid tales. This is dazzling testament to the ability of Creative Writing groups to energise and inspire.” – Alan Bilton …
Showtime? by Steve Pritchard
The following piece was runner-up in Cardiff Writers’ Circle Article Competition 2022. It is offered here because in casting its cold eye, or certainly a luke-warm eye, on one …