Langley writers follow new leader

Writers do tend to lead somewhat solitary lives. That’s why groups like the Langley Writers’ Guild are so important. All genres and levels of writers are welcome to join meetings from 10 a.m. to noon on the first, second, and fourth Thursday of each month for instruction, readings, and critiquing. 

At the group’s annual meeting in early September, former nurse, Deanna MacDonald was elected as the new president after Doris Riedweg stepped down following three years in the role. 

Riedweg, the author of four novels, will continue to be a member of the group. 

Other members of the executive have continued for another year. 

Those interested will find the Langley Writers’ Guild meetings in the board room at St. Joseph’s Hall at 20676 Fraser Hwy. and can contact MacDonald at 604-530-0951 for more information. 

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