Welcome

From conception to publication, we help writers of all genres. It’s our mission to help writers achieve their goals, both personal and professional, through education and community.

HIGH SIERRA WRITERS

High Sierra Writers will meet Saturday
March 14, 2020 at 10 am
at Scheels at Legends Meeting Rooms.

PROGRAM:

The use of body language can add character and depth to your writing. At this extended meeting, our guest, Alexanne Stone, is an expert in body language who will teach us what to look for in how people move or look. Little clues in facial or eye expressions can enhance our characters and inform readers. Bigger movements or arms, hands, or body shifts lend more credibility to a character. 

We will meet as usual for business, First Pages, and updates in the morning, then continue the workshop in a two-hour afternoon session.  There will be a $10 fee for the afternoon session to help cover the cost of the our presenter.

Click here for information on paying by check, cash, or PayPal. Or click on the Workshop Payment page in the link bar at the top of this page.

FIRST PAGES

As usual, we’ll analyze your first pages anonymously. Bring in the first page of your manuscript, hard copy, printed in 12 point Arial or Times New Roman and hand it in to Matt at the start of the meeting. Make sure to identify the genre.

CRITIQUE GROUPS

For March, the Critique Group will meet on Sunday afternoon at Scheel’s since the regular meeting is extending to the afternoon.


LOOKING FOR CONTEST COMMITTEE MEMBERS

HSW will be hosting a Short Story Writing Competition this year for members, but first we are looking for a few enthusiastic members to join the Contest Committee. The job would entail attending a couple of meetings to set up rules, guidelines, judging, and prizes for the contest. If you are interested, send an email to Rene at RPAverett@gmail.com


Plotting Think Tank Group Meeting

The next  meeting is  March 27 at 6:30 pm at the IHOP in the Win-Co Shopping Center at 9786 S. Virginia Street. Exit the freeway at South Meadows and go west. The shopping center is on the right hand corner of S. Virginia at the light.

This group is designed for HSW members to drop in to get help with plot challenges in your work or any other writing roadblocks that present themselves. The idea is to use the synergy of the group to help generate ideas to solve the problems.

The planned meetings will be on the last Friday evening of the month at the International House of Pancakes,It starts at 6:30 pm and runs until about 8:30 or so. Bring any questions or challenges you have and also be ready to help others. Also, food and dink are available at IHOP. They are gracious enough to let us use their meeting space, so let’s order something.


Post Office Address

Please send any snail mail payments or correspondence to: 

High Sierra Writers
PO Box 12241
Reno, NV 89510


CRITIQUE GROUPS

Looking for a group of writers to read and critique your work? Willing to reciprocate? Then we might have a group for you.

Please check out our Critique Groups page for more information. This is a member benefit.

Contact Linda, your Critique Group Wrangler, to join a Reno-based group this year! linda.r.enos@gmail.com.