The Autumn Newsletter has just been published. ‘…congratulations to Oliver Eade on his winning this year’s Segora international one-act play competition with The Other Cat…. He’s been busy as ever writing and getting published too. Both his Parth Path – fiction for adults – and Wall of Words, a collection of short stories, will be reviewed in our winter journal. So too will The Physicians of Myddfai, the latest book by 90-years young Harold Selcon, which details the remedies concocted by “mediciners” in a mediaeval Welsh village…’
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An extraordinary general meeting of the society will be held at the end of the May 1st Conference to ratify some changes to our constitution. No major changes have been planned, other than to hold our AGM in conjunction with our yearly London conference, so as to make it easier for more members to come.
We have also done a considerable amount of tidying up and modernising of our constitution. We will be publishing our suggested text in a few weeks.
We will also be electing our committee for the following 12 months.
The Autumn Conference in Keswick was a great success — and very importantly, has led to a profound and highly beneficial change of direction for the Society. The details are outlined in a special report from our Chair, Dr John Lockley and in a personal view from our new publicity secretary, Dr David Gelipter.
The 9th Annual Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize has just been announced — a unique opportunity for unpublished female writers over 21 to launch their careers.