• Local Writers Read at 'An Evening With WriteByNight'

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    Thursday, December 17, local creative writing workshop program WriteByNight hosted an evening of literary readings, live music and fun at WineStyles in Palm City. The event celebrated the culmination of WriteByNight’s 8-week fall workshop session. The Creative Writing Workshop’s 9 dedicated members read from original works–genres ranged from fiction to non-fiction to poetry to memoir–addressing an audience of 50-plus. Guests sipped wine and munched hors d’oeuvres, spellbound by the writers’ talents and seasoned performances. 

    Other highlights of the evening included musical performances by local songwriter Luke Mazzina, and a high-yield raffle with prizes generously donated by local businesses such as Edible Spirits, Apree Salon, WineStyles and, of course, WriteByNight. Lucky winners took home holiday cakes, salon services, wine tastings, writing consultations and workshop discounts, values ranging $50 – $100. Food for the event was provided by the Tabuleh Café at Planet Ozone.

    If you missed An Evening With WriteByNight, don’t fret! The conclusion of WriteByNight’s winter workshop session in March will bring another fabulous event with all new readings and fresh fun for all.

    WriteByNight’s winter workshop session is now open for registration. Offerings include workshops in Creative Writing, Screenwriting and Songwriting. 

    To register or learn more, visit www.writebynight.net, email info@writebynight.net, call 914.420.0821, or attend a free informational event: January 5 at 6 and 7 p.m. (Creative Writing), January 19 at 6 p.m. (Screenwriting), January 20 at 6 p.m. (Songwriting). All informational events will be held at The Arts Council, located in the Court House Cultural Center at 80 E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart. 

    WriteByNight is sponsored by The Arts Council, Inc., serving Stuart and Martin County.

    List of readers and works (in alphabetical order): Georgette Beck, It Really Does Come Full Circle, memoir; Marcia Davis, Sometimes, Your Cake May Not Rise, non-fiction; Robert Jenkins, Loggie: A Sea Turtle, children’s fiction; Sandy Larsen, “Solo Traveler’s Lessons,” non-fiction; Nicholas Manzino, Three Poems, poetry; Joanna Smith, “The Hope Tree,” short fiction; Tanya Spain, The Sound of Hello, novel; Bobbi Spencer, The Driftwood Inn, novel.

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