The small writer’s group in Williams is expanding in size and scope. Their plans are to tackle the intricacies of screenplays. The group normally meets once a month at the Williams Public Library, but will have two meetings next month.
On February 4th at 9 a.m. David Seals will be conducting a screenplay workshop. He is asking the group to write a 5 page treatment. Mr. Seals has been a writer in different genres for 45 years and has published with Penguin and Random House. David wrote Pow Wow Highway in 1989 which won awards at the Sundance Film Festivals in San Francisco, Montreal and Milan.
The regular meeting of the Northern Arizona Authors Group is scheduled for February 18th at 9 a.m. If the library is closed due to the holiday, the meeting will be held in the Brown Bag Sandwich restaurant across the street.
You can get more information about the group at their web site.