Congratulationsto San Diego DimeStories Spotlight Authors! Ed Coonce – A Clear and Present Manger Mary Anne Donahue – The Last Time I Saw Her Mary Guerin-Getting Real Ed’s Nanniga
San Diego November Spotlight!
(Our next DimeStories is December 11; 7:00 Pacific. For virtual link: firstname.lastname@example.org) Judy Reeves: Prologue-The Apartment, The Mice Bernie Nofel: Open It Up, Let’s See What’s Inside the Box June Cressy: A Hole Full of Sorrows Ed Coonce: Nanninga (He explains what that is!)
San Diego September DimeStories Standouts and More
Our StandOuts from our Virtual Open Mic: Friday, September 11 are Frank Palermo, Tish Fredricks, and Carrie Danielson. Watch and enjoy! We meet virtually the second Friday of every month! Frank Palermo: The Buick on my Chest Tish Frederick: Reflex Carrie Danielson: Gray
San Diego DimeStories August Open Mic
San Diego DimeStories Virtual Open Mic Friday, August 14, 7:00pm Pacific Time via Zoom Email: SDDimeStories@gmail.com for the link Join us to honor two members we lost this month: John Van Roekel and Don Ryan
Virtual DimeStories on the road with San Diego Writers Festival!
Join us for Virtual DimeStories June 27, 5:00 p.m. as part of the Virtual San Diego Writers Festival! From SDWF: For the last 15 years, DimeStories San Diego has worked to provide as many opportunities as it can for authors of tiny tales to read their stories to a live audience. If…
CANCELED San Diego March DimeStories CANCELED; ENJOY February StandOuts!
DimeStories! Friday, March 13! CANCELED San Diego Writers, Ink; Liberty Station; 6:30 Sign Ups – 7:00 Readings; 3-Minute stories read by the author; LISTEN AND ENJOY! Congratulations to our February DimeStories StandOuts! Mark Drozda – Cupid’s Crisis Tom Waldron – Helpless and Radiant June Cressy – One Last Time Don Ryan – Water and…
San Diego DimeStories February Open Mic
Join Us! Listen to January StandOuts Below Friday, February 14, 2020 Guest Host: Richard Diaz! I grew up in Joliet, IL (as in Joliet Jake of The Blues Brothers) and migrated to Chicago. Fiction growing up? The Bible, Sunday comics, Verne, Poe, The Adventures of…