Attention CWC members: watch for your copy of the inaugural issue of the
California Writers Club Literary Review, soon to arrive in your
The WinterSpring 2012 edition contains fiction, memoirs, essays, mood
pieces, poems and cartoons about love and death, longing and madness,
horses, poison, Vincent Van Gold and his obsession with colors, the attics
of our memories, floundering about aimlessly searching for the meaning of
life instead of living it, the quirkiness of writing and aspiring for
recognition, and absolutely so much more.
We can take pride in the talent of our fellow members as we read the
Literary Review and show it to prospective members. You might find it so
worthwhile that next time the call goes out, you’ll study the guidelines
in the back of the issue and send in a submission or two of your own.
Appearing in this handsome magazine definitely counts as a credit for you,
and your best work will make it a better publication. We all benefit from
We may not wind up with many extras to keep on hand, so the magazine has
the potential of becoming a collectible. Nonetheless, consider mentioning
at meetings that if members do not want to keep their copies, your board
or branch would like to have them for future use.
So read on,
Sail on, and by all means,
Donna McCrohan Rosenthal
CWC PR Chair