Everyone has a story to tell

We believe everyone has their own story. We all live unique lives and in doing so we experience things, sometimes worth noting and at other times best forgetting.
To a writer, however, it is all worth remembering. Observing and recording the detail. It's the good and the bad, the wonderful and the painful that makeup all our daily lives. When writing takes a hold of you, you have to create reality by showing both sides of your story.
If you want to write and to meet others who have the same interest then take the bold step of contacting us. Please note we are not all expert writers. We are a very mixed group with poets, short story and budding novelists. You don't have to be academically qualified you just have to want to write.


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October 9th 2019 – Peer Editing Workshop 1

An evening of editing excellence commenced with David McKelvie’s thought provoking story ‘A Roll of the Dice’ which delved into that Kafkaesque world of dreams and/or the supernatural. In any event it was an intriguing effort, reflecting fears for our own mortality. After David read out his story, some members read out their comments and […]

By |October 10th, 2019|Meeting Report|0 Comments

October 2nd 2019 – Martin Luther King Jr. with guest speaker Robert Hamilton

Club members were treated to a fascinating talk by Dr. Robert Hamilton on Martin Luther King Junior’s last great crusade in 1968, ‘The Poor Peoples Campaign’. While best known for his civil rights activities, this highlighted Martin Luther King Jr.’s deep concerns for the extreme poverty many Americans were experiencing in the 1960’s, regardless of […]

By |October 3rd, 2019|Meeting Report|0 Comments

September 25th 2019 – Caledonian Cowboy: A social night with Robert Burns

Johnny ‘Caledonian Cowboy’ Gauld rode into town last night to lambaste the GWC with his unique mix of poetry, piping and rambunctious banter. In light of the social nature of the evening we had all relocated to the bar area in Ardgowan and thanks to a free bar, courtesy of GWC’s coffers, were all settling […]

By |September 26th, 2019|Meeting Report|0 Comments

September 18th 2019 – SAW Planning Ahead – Introduction to Scottish Icons

Digby here, though still only in spirit. But on the mend and eating well, that’s always a good sign. Last night our mad hatter Grahame donned his SAW ‘President of Vice’ headgear to give as all a heads up on the SAW prospectus detailing all their competitions for the coming season. Lots of info on […]

By |September 19th, 2019|Meeting Report|0 Comments

September 11th 2019 – Readings of Memoir and One Giant Leap – Sci-fi Creative Writing Activity

Digby Dog: ghost writer here today. The real me is in a transcendental state induced by the the loss of three of my knashers. Have no fear though fellow scribblers I will continue to champion GWC, even down to the last tooth! Anyway to business El Preso Grahame announced some free creative writing classes in […]

By |September 12th, 2019|Meeting Report|0 Comments

September 4th 2019 – Welcome and Introduction

Hello all! Digby here your resident canine commentator on the enthusiastic machinations of the Greenock Writers Club – which at times can make Brexit look like a piece of cake. Mmmmmm Cake! Arruf! Oh sorry where was I? Oh yes, El Presidente, Grahame, kicked off proceedings by welcoming one and all ( including some new […]

By |September 5th, 2019|Meeting Report|0 Comments

April 17th 2019 – Annual Dinner (Adjudication Competition 6 – Memoir)

Last night saw the grand finale to The Greenock Writers club season with our annual dinner which on this occasion took place at Gourock Golf Club where good food and resplendent views were enjoyed by over 20 of the club’s members. Guest Adjudicator, Mary Edward, was also present and delivered her verdict on the eight […]

By |April 18th, 2019|Meeting Report|0 Comments

March 27th 2019 – Performance of Scottish Sketch (A Favourite Place in Scotland)

The SAW conference was a carry-on! Tony came away with a HC and a bronze (WOW!). Grahame came away with a new title – Vice-President of SAW (kisses to Isobel and Fiona for voting).

Which was your favourite Scottish favourite place sketch? Did you plum for thrush at the check out; wind under your tablecloth; […]

By |April 2nd, 2019|Meeting Report|0 Comments

March 20th 2019 – Adjudication: Scottish Sketch (A Favourite Place in Scotland) – Karl Pittom

Last night guest adjudicator Karl Pittom, rugby fan, drama teacher and one-time extra in a Eurovision prom video (‘A Yodel in the Canyon of Love!’), gave us the benefit of his expertise in judging the six entries in our Scottish sketch competition.

El Presidente, Grahame, kicked off proceedings by asking Karl ‘if he knew what he […]

By |March 21st, 2019|Meeting Report|0 Comments

March 13th 2019 – Peer Editing Workshop 3

DANKE to Franziska for putting herself under the spotlight in our third Peer Assessment workshop. Hopefully the feedback will strengthen, what the group already considered to be, a strong story. The Dragon of Irvine was alive and well in the minds of the feedback-ers despite the presence of witches, lances and berserkers. A big DANKE […]

By |March 14th, 2019|Meeting Report|0 Comments