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Who are we?
The Eastern Writers Group, founded in Australia in 1938, and therefore eighty years old in 2018, promotes community writing – that is, it encourages writers who might have something to say about life, the world or anything else to say it in an environment where other writers can enjoy it.
The group meets on the third Sunday in each month at the Box Hill Neighbourhood House, 47 Kitchener Street, Box Hill South, Victoria, Australia, 3128. To view our meeting place, go here http://bhsnh.org.au/
Still unsure of where we are? Try Google maps https://www.google.com.au/maps/place/
Meetings are informal gatherings where writers present their works in progress and invite comment from others. There is no joining fee, but a $5 donation is requested each time a member attend a meeting. This is to cover administrative expenses.
If you wish to know more, the Eastern Writers Group (EWG for short) is contactable at firstname.lastname@example.org
For stories, poems, essays and opinions, click here
Or you could check out the Eastern Writers Group anthologies