EVENT: The Drunken Muse February 28, 2010 from 2pm to 4pm

Time: February 28, 2010 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: Wayne State Area – Detroit, MI
Street: See event description
Event Type: literary, jam, session
Organized By: WL Bush

The Drunken Muse Literary Discussion
Http://www.WLBUSH.com

“The Drunken Muse is like an AA meeting for writers.” –WL Bush

Award-winning and internationally published author WL Bush will be chairing a discussion focusing on literature creation/appreciation. TDM is only for authors and patrons of the written word.

Next meeting: February 28, 2010, Sunday 2:00 – 4:00 PM.

Place: The Bronx Bar, 4476 2nd Ave, Detroit, MI, 48201-1216, (313) 832-8464‎

Guest Author: Detroit’s own SYLVIA HUBBARD
[Crowned Cliffhanger Queen by her readers from her romance suspense, Sylvia Hubbard, is also founder of Motown Writers Network & The AA Electronic Literary Network. Hubbard has been pushing a pen since the age of six, when she would lie to her mother with every breath she took. “After being whipped, my punishment was to write my lie out. My pain became my pleasure.”
Hubbard has 6 paperbacks and over 14 ebooks available. She writes in the Fiction genre, in the category of romance/suspense.]

Discussion Topic: Elements of Fiction Part I : Verisimilitude And Donnée

Perks: Cheap bottle beers and bloody Mary’s you make your bloody self will help lubricate your literary libido. Autographed books for sale. Free criticism of your work. A best selling work will be given away.

Bring your own damn work. Bring your poems…your broken dreams. If you don’t have a manuscript or a published work, bring a piece that inspires you (less than five minutes long).
Two literary exercises are included.

•Admission: $3 per person, or purchase of a member’s typed, bound work.
RSVP here or at: wlbush66@yahoo.com

“I got’cher inspiration…right here!”

Time: February 28, 2010 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: Wayne State Area – Detroit, MI
Street: See event description
Event Type: literary, jam, session
Organized By: WL Bush

The Drunken Muse Literary Discussion
Http://www.WLBUSH.com
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