IWOSC’s monthly drop-in satellite sessions are free and open to all Los Angeles writers — both members and non-members. (Out-of-town guests are welcome too.)
We have several satellites to cover the various areas of Southern California or the Greater Los Angeles area.
Los Angeles Westside Satellite
Thanks to Robin Quinn, IWOSC’s Westside Satellite is in full swing!
Our Westside Satellite serves writers from the Palisades south to LAX, and those in Culver City, Inglewood, Ladera Heights, Westwood — even Beverly Hills.
We welcome all interested writers — IWOSC members or not, published or not, Westside resident or not.
The Satellite has secured a regular location — St. Mary’s of Palms — and they’ll be meeting there the first Saturday of every month, followed by a meal at the Grand Casino Bakery & Café in downtown Culver City.
Hosted by Robin Quinn
Saturday, February 1, 2020
12:30 to 2:30 pm (our regular time)
Topic: Critiques! Get feedback on your writing.
Have you been sequestered in your private space writing away? Are you feeling ready for feedback? Or have you been stuck with a piece of writing for which you’d like input?
Join the folks at the IWOSC Westside Satellite in February for a friendly round of critiquing by your fellow writers.
Afterwards, the satellite has reservations at Grand Casino Bakery & Cafe, which is nearby across Venice Boulevard in downtown Culver City.
Meeting Location (2020)
St. Mary’s of Palms
3647 Watseka Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Free in small church lot and street parking. Entrance to meeting is down the sidewalk, to the right of the main, bright red doors.
Meal After Meeting (in 2020)
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED:
RSVP to Robin, robinkayquinn2 AT gmail DOT com
Grand Casino Bakery & Café
3826 Main Street
Culver City, CA 90232
Metered on street or municipal lots
Future meetings are planned to take place at this same location the first Saturday of each month. Join us!
Email Robin at robinkayquinn2 AT gmail DOT com to RSVP, to speak, to volunteer or join our mailing list for this writers’ group, the Westside Satellite.