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Writing, Publishing, Social Media News

Just a few updates for my peeps here in the Bay Area, in case you’re not following me on Twitter or Facebook. (What? You’re not? Get on over there and follow/like me. You won’t regret it!)

1. I’ll be telling a story at the Porchlight storytelling series this Monday at 8 p.m. at the Verdi Room in San Francisco: 3434 Mariposa St. The theme is The Fashion Show. It should be fun!

2. I’m going to be teaching Social Media Madness, a class at the San Francisco Writers’ Grotto, for six Thursday evenings beginning April 14. Contact me if you’re interested in signing up.

3. I’m going to be reading something regrettable (and will probably regret it afterward) at a Litquake fundraiser called Regreturature, April 7 at the Swedish American Hall. Come watch me make a fool of myself!

4. If you haven’t read it yet, I have an essay in this month’s issue of 7×7 magazine about my failed attempts at getting my toddler to stay in bed.

5. If you haven’t noticed, I now have a Facebook Page that you can “like” right over there in the sidebar. You can also follow me on Twitter @meghancward.

Wow! That’s a lot of advertising packed into one blog post!

See you Tuesday!

3 comments to Writing, Publishing, Social Media News

  • m++

    Sweet! I want to check all those things out.

    • m++

      I'm so thankful I got to see the Regreturature reading; it was great! Not only was Meghan's screenplay a blast (and laced with a star studded cast), but some of the other SF Grotto readers had me strapped to the floor laughing so hard. At first I was skeptical, thinking there would surely be funny moments, but painfully awkward ones too. On the contrary, all the readers turned it around like that classic interview question "what is your worst trait"? Self effacing and self aware, it was a night of prophetic alchemy taking messy lead of old and turning it into gold. I'm sure this event will become increasingly popular over the years.

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