Writers' group in Taichung?

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Writers' group in Taichung?

Postby janooChen » 20 Apr 2012, 13:24

I write fiction in English: http://alexandrochen.com/existential-fi ... ut-a-soul/
I'm looking for a writers' group in Taichung (the place I live). Does anyone know any?
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Re: Writers' group in Taichung?

Postby Timabee » 11 May 2012, 00:52

Have you considered a writer's group within Forumosa? Not sure what the interest level would be but I think the audience would be potentially much bigger. I do not live in Taiwan (my wife is from Taichung) and I would certainly be interested in sharing some creative writing with other Forumosa participants.
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