KYABRAM TOWN HALL WRITERS GROUP

CURRENT BOOK-ORDER FORM

About the Kyabram Town Hall Writers’ Group

Our group meets every Monday at 5.30 pm at the back of the town hall – depending on covid restrictions. Our purpose is to provide a friendly and positive activity-oriented support base for anyone (over 18 years) who enjoys writing in any genre at any level.  New members are welcome. Further enquiries: kyabramwritersgroup@gmail.com

 

About our book Celebrating Women

This is a limited-print edition, so to make sure you get a copy. You can also order and pay online. Priced at $20 plus $12.50 (for up to four books) for postage and handling if required.

The Kyabram Town Hall Writers’ Group-produced book, Celebrating Women can now be bought at the Town Hall or ordered!  We have a quality, perfect bound book of almost 300 pages, including over seventy original pieces of writing collected from forty-four writers in the community, and art work in colour from the current Splinter Contemporary Artists’ Feminart Exhibition. The focus of both written work and art is on some aspect of women’s lives. Fittingly, the publication of Celebrating Women has coincided with the year of the   110th anniversary of International Women’s Day, 2021.

This is a limited-print edition, so to make sure you get a copy. You can also order and pay online. Priced at $20 plus $12.50 (for up to four books) for postage and handling if required.

An order form with payment instructions is to be found on this website. Just press the KTH Writers’ Group button above to access the form on the link on the next page.

Make sure it is sent to:  kyabramwritersgroup@gmail.com

Celebrating Women is the result of a collaboration between the Kyabram Town Hall Writers’ Group, writers in the community, and Splinter Contemporary Artists.  We are indebted to the forty-four writers and the twelve artists who used experience, memory, knowledge, thought and imagination to conjure up over ninety original ways of Celebrating Women. Both written pieces and art works dip into the range of the human condition from birth to death – love, hate, joy, sorrow, tragedy, success, anger, revenge, despair and depression, courage and strength, humour, gratitude, wonder, mystery, the earthy and the spiritual, inspiration, introspection, grit and duty, choice and change, yesterday, today and tomorrow – and that’s only part of what half the world’s population is about.

We hope you find something to please you in this book.