Welcome to our First Post for Fairfield Writer

The town of Fairfield, Connecticut has a wealth of interest in writing and the literary arts.  We have three public libraries and two universities. Each institution celebrates writing frequently with their programs for writers and about writers, their curricula, their resources, and their spaces. We also know many published writers live in and/or do business in Fairfield.

We are offering this blog as a way to connect with other writers, and to share information about upcoming literary events, contests, and conferences. Are you considering joining a writers critique group but don’t know where to start? Are you seeking inspiration or need a more rigorous method to write? Do you feel isolated as a writer and need to connect with others?  Do you have a nagging question you would like to pose to other writers? If so, we invite you to join us in this literary endeavor . . .

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Published in: on February 10, 2009 at 3:25 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. My job requires a lot of time with the general public. I am constantly amazed, amused, outraged, and astounded by their behavior. One day I hope to have the time to write (at least a magazine article) about them. How can I do this without getting sued for libel; even if I change some details, many are very recognizable.

  2. My advice would be to go ahead and write it, and worry about libel when you’re editig.

    I’m looking for a writer’s group with serious, talented people. I have written a memoir manuscript. Thanks for any replies!


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