San Diego DimeStories January 2018 Standouts!

Congratulations to our        January Standouts!

Your work inspired us at our last DimeStories Open Mic! Thank you for coming and sharing your creativity and inspiration with us.

 

Savannah Cannon – The Breaking of the ‘Innocent’

Danielle Baldwin – Blue Plate Special

Ed Coonce – No Flowers for Algernon

Next San Diego DimeStories Open Mic:  Friday, February 9, 2018

SEE YOU THERE!

San Diego DimeStories February 2018 Open Mic (prose)

Friday, February 9, 2018 – Join us for an evening of fascinating stories and memoir! We look forward to your 3-minute readings.

6:30 Sign ups/snacks; 7:00 Readings; San Diego Writers Ink; Liberty Station

This month’s guest host:

Natalie Green!

Natalie Green is the Program Coordinator at PEN Center USA where she works with the Emerging Voices Fellowship, PEN In The Community writing residencies, and author evening series, PEN Presents. Natalie graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s in English and a concentration in creative writing. As an undergraduate, she managed Westwind, UCLA’s Journal of the Arts, and wrote a short story collection for her honors thesis entitled Lost Angeles.

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San Diego December Standouts!

Congratulations San Diego DimeStories December Standouts! 

Carol Moscrip, Ed Coonce, Kevin Hennessy, and Don Ryan

We appreciate your creativity and craft!  These four writers were selected by their peers as stories to highlight from our last meeting.

Thank you for attending and sharing your talent!  We look forward to what you bring to our next DimeStories!

 

 

Listen and Enjoy!

Carol Moscrip – Looney Toons

Ed Coonce- Stormy Weather

Kevin Hennessy – Dakota, December 8, 1980

Don Ryan – Ants and Other Sentient Creatures

January 12, 2018

San Diego Open Mic (prose)

Bring in the New Year with DimeStories!  

Friday, January 12, 2018

Refreshments and sign ups at 6:30; Readings at 7:00

Guest host:  John Van Roekel!

Bio:

John, originally from Michigan, came to San Diego in 2001.  He is the author of three historical novels, Prisoner Moon, Lorenzo’s Assassin and Braver Deeds.  He also edited his father’s WWII letters and you can find them on his website:    http://johnvanroekel.com   A software engineer by profession, John is a member and supporter of San Diego Writers, Ink, a nonprofit organization for writers.

Open Mic San Diego – October

Friday the 13th

                     San Diego DimeStories Open Mic                    13th Anniversary

If you are Superstitious…
Don’t Miss It!

6:30-7:30 Inspirations Gallery next to Inkspot; SDWI, Liberty Station

7:30 – 10 Readings in the Inkspot

10 – 11 Continue celebration at Inspirations Gallery

San Diego DimeStories Open Mic August 11, 2017

Friday August 11, 2017

Join us for another evening of Dime Stories! Bring your 3-minute piece of prose: memoir, fantasy, fiction, essay, commentary or a new invented form! We look forward to hearing yours. If you don’t want to read or just want to visit to see what we are all about, come and listen, you will get hooked!

6:30 Refreshments and sign-ups; 7:00pm readings.

We are located at San Diego Writers, Ink – The Inkspot.
Liberty Station
2730 Historic Decatur Rd.
San Diego, CA

Guest Host:
Matt Wolf, author of the Ronin Saga

Matt Wolf was born on March 14, 1986 in Southern California. He traveled as a child and studied Old English and Japanese. He graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a degree in Literature with specialization in Medieval Literature and Japanese. With the combination of too much solitude, breathtaking landscapes, and a heap of books, Matt began The Ronin Saga (The Knife’s Edge, Bastion of Sun, Citadel of Fire) at the age of eighteen.

Matt now writes out of his home in California where, while crafting worlds of magic, he often forgets to eat. If he’s not writing, Matthew tours comic conventions, schools, libraries, and bookstores to spread the word of the Ronin.
To find out more about Matt and the Ronin Saga, go to Matt’s website. (https://www.roninsaga.com)

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