Honouring Published Members
October 24 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Join the Education Committee to Honour Published Members: Joyce Goodwin and Sylvia Taylor.
This event will be held in the Drawing Room and is free for all members to attend.
Please RSVP by Friday, October 18th.
About the authors:
Joyce Goodwin is a writer, poet, artist, and a former government social worker. She writes poetry, creative non-fiction and memoir.
In 1999 she joined the North Shore Writers Association. Her first published writing was in the 200 Millennium anthology “Shore Lines.” Words from that anthology were later etched into a glass wall at the Lynn Valley Library. A long-time member Joyce served on the NSWA and Canadian Authors Association Executive and Board for many years. She is the co-founder of the Literary salon “Dare to be Heard.” She is also a member of the Royal City Literary Arts Society and the Ontario Poetry Society.
Her work has been published in newspapers, magazines and over 30 anthologies and newsletters, winning writing awards across genres. She has been a judge and trustee for various national writing contests.
As a visual artist her paintings have been exhibited in North Shore Artist Guild members shows and at the North Shore Art Crawl with the Parkgate Friday Art Group and wit Hycroft members at “Artful Reflections” in the Coach House and the exhibitions in the gallery at Hycroft. Joyce served on the Creative Arts committee at Hycroft for seven years.
Joyce will share moments of her writers’ journey through poetry and stories from a selection of publications.
Sylvia Taylor “is an award-winning freelance writer, editor, educator, and communications specialist in Metro Vancouver, with a passionate commitment to communication.
She has published over four hundred articles and literary pieces in various publications. From conference keynotes to literary coaching, book editing to business websites, ghostwriting to LifeStories, Sylvia offers writing-related expertise “Taylored” to every literary need and purpose.”
To learn more, visit the author’s website.