WRITERS AT LUNCHTIME

WRITERS AT LUNCHTIME

The next Writers at Lunchtime meeting is on Wednesday 1 March, 11.30 am – 1.30 pm. The guest speaker at 12.30 pm will be Dot Scott, Blenheim author and former Chair of Top of the South branch.

Dot will be talking about her recent novel Web of Gold, which is set in Charleston on the West Coast in the 1860s at the height of the gold rush. She will describe ‘How it all began’ – her  reasons for writing about that particular place, her thoughts about the direction the book might take, and how she went about the research, which led her down all sorts of interesting tracks.

Writers at Lunchtime takes place at The Prince Albert, 113 Nile Street, Nelson (car parking is accessed from Tasman Street). Come any time from 11.30 am, but make sure you are there at 12.30 pm for Dot’s talk. Everyone is welcome. Gold coin donation appreciated. For more information contact Chrissie on 03-5469818.