Tri-Valley Writers Member News
George Cramer’s short story, “Coming Home,” has been accepted for publication in the Institute of American Indian Arts 2016 anthology available on September 4, 2016.
J. Mills recently completed a freelance photojournalism assignment covering the California Boating Congress at the State Capital. The assignment included writing four press releases, a newsletter article, and a feature article with photos for the Marine Recreation Association, and a feature article with photos that will be published in Marina Dock Age magazine, an international marine trade magazine, later this month.
Juhi Kunde’s gift book for mothers, Expressions of Milk, is available at Towne Center Books in Pleasanton and Rakestraw Books in Danville. Just in time for Mother’s Day!
Glen Robins’s second book, Off Course, was published on March 4, 2016, and is available on Amazon.
Camille DeFer Thompson’s short story, “Just Shoot Me: Why You Might Want to Hire a Pro”, is posted on Better After 50.
Join us Saturday, June 18, 2016, at 2:00 p.m. at the Four Points by Sheraton, 5115 Hopyard Rd., Pleasanton, as Attorney Larry Townsend, guest speaker, presents Writers’ Legal Know-How for the California Writers Club Tri-Valley Branch.
Mr. Townsend will provide a road map for writers seeking to safeguard protection of their works and to avoid legal problems relating to copyright, defamation, rights of publicity, trademarks, and both literary agency and publishing agreements.
He is an intellectual property lawyer based in San Francisco whose practice includes publishing law for both authors and publishers. www.lgt-law.com. He is also a fiction author. His second novel, The Hot Monkey Love Trial, will soon be published by Water Street Press.
Tri-Valley Writers takes a brief summer hiatus during the months of July and August. Monthly meetings will resume in September. Critique groups, social media group, and open mic continue to meet during the summer, so please forge on with your writing.
We look forward to seeing you in September. Write On!