Scribblers Mandurah Murray Writers Group Inc
The purpose of Scribblers is to encourage and mentor writers in a fun environment.
Scribblers Mandurah-Murray Writers Group Inc (Scribblers) was formed in 1997 to support members of the Mandurah / Murray community who like to play with words. Everyone from budding poets, aspiring writers, history and memoir writers, ‘don’t know what I want to write but I want to have-a-go writers’, through to established writers are welcome.
Our Weekly Meet
Scribblers meets weekly on Mondays at 10:00 to 12:30 (excluding public holidays) at the Mandurah Arts and Crafts Centre: 4 Tuart Avenue, Mandurah.
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Please Note: the number of members is capped and there might be a wait-list.
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Scribblers Books for Sale
Price: $15 each
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Scribblers anthologies are a collection of short stories and poetry by members.
Book of the Month
Sibanda and the Death's Head Moth
Author: Christine Elliott
Price: Available at all bookstores and online
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sibanda is still haunted by Berry, the unattainable love of his life. She is missing under mysterious circumstances. And Ncube is still haunted by myths, folklore, frightening figments and a stomach that requires constant attention.
Two bodies have been discovered near Gubu one burning at the base of a tree struck by lightning and, on the banks of the Zambezi, a second killing that threatens to tear Sibanda’s life apart. The victims are disconnected, one a foreign wildlife researcher, the other a local kombi driver, but Sibanda’s uncanny intuition tells him the murders are linked. The only clues are a fragment of material found in the brain of one victim, a puncture wound in the thigh of another and a diary full of coded names.