San Diego DimeStories
Open Mic (prose)
Friday, April 13, 2018
6:30 p.m. Sign Ups
7:00 p.m. Readings
San Diego Writers, Ink
Bio:Danielle Baldwin is a freelance writer, mentor and leadership coach who is passionate about helping people and businesses tell their stories. In addition to writing and coaching, Danielle is president of the San Diego Memoir Writers Association and hosts Brown Bag, a prompt-based writing class, every Tuesday at noon at San Diego Writers Ink. She received her B.A. in Creative Writing from Vanderbilt University and an M.B.A. from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA.
In her spare time, Danielle is a literary fiction fanatic, brussels sprout connoisseur, fitted sheet folding flunkie, frequent dropper of f-bombs, repeated auto-correct victim, Springsteen devotee, and die-hard dog person. She is also a fertility survivor, member of the tribe of the motherless, and a hopeful memoirist who blogs at her site daniellebbaldwin.com.
Join us Friday, March 9, 2018
San Diego DimeStories Open Mic
6:30 pm Refreshments and Sign Ups
7:00 pm Readings
San Diego Writers, Ink; Liberty Station
$5 donation at the door
GUEST HOST Bernie Nofel !
Bernie has been a scribbling scribe regular in San Diego’s writing community for years. In addition to DimeStories, Bernie has confused, perplexed, annoyed, irritated, and sometimes inspired fellow wordsmiths at Wednesday’s Write Real Early and Thursday Writes. The one thing he’s rarely done is bore anyone.
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 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.
Refreshments and sign ups at 6:30; Readings at 7:00
Guest host: John Van Roekel!
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.