Thursday, 17 December 2015
Ruth Muttlebury founded the Plymouth Proprietary Library Writer's Group in 2009. Ruth would however like to state she hasn't been a member of Plymouth Proprietary Library now since early 2013. Some members of the Plymouth Proprietary Library Writer's Group re-located to the Plymouth Arts Centre near the Barbican while Ruth continued with creative writing outside the Plymouth boundaries in various locations. Ruth Muttlebury is unfortunately finding her name linked to Plymouth Athenaeum which she has never been active with and wishes to be completely disassociated from. In the meantime she and a few other of the original members of the Plymouth Proprietary Library Writer's Group are now members of Dartmoor Literature and are not connected to any of the mainstream Plymouth Writer's Groups. Thank you.
Monday, 10 March 2014
The former Plymouth Proprietary Writer's Group are now settled into the Plymouth Arts Centre for their meetings. For details about the Plymouth Writer's Group, please contact email@example.com Ruth Muttlebury continues with creative writing activities outside the city of Plymouth.
Wednesday, 5 February 2014
The Plymouth Proprietary Library Writer's Group are changing venue and as of next month will be meeting at the Plymouth Arts Centre who like the library, are also a Registered Charity. This is largely due to the popularity of the group and the space needed to incorporate everyone comfortably. More contact details will follow shortly.
Thursday, 2 January 2014
Plymouth Proprietary Library continues its links with the National Association of Writers Groups. Thanks to Alan Grant for helping Plymouth continue with the tradition.
Friday, 30 August 2013
Friday, 31 May 2013
Ruth has now stepped back from co-ordinating the Plymouth Proprietary Library Writers Group due to a variety of other commitments (least of all her full time job!). Thank you to everyone for all the support since I started the Group up in 2009; we've had considerable success in seeing some of our members published. I now have more serious literary aims I need to achieve and Plymouth is generally a literary desert - a Ground Zero for culture. It is an uphill climb to obtain the right support. So, I am spending more and more time away from Plymouth in order to harness the right help for my creative writing. Good luck to all the writers - I will still be around but need to catch up on many elements of my life which all went on hold for the library. I've realised the best thing about Plymouth is the road leading out of it ...
Saturday, 4 May 2013
The gathering of the Plymouth Proprietary Library Writers Group will take place on Saturday 1 June 2013 from 10:00 - 12:00. The outcome of the library's AGM on 18 June 2013 may dictate how and where the Writers will meet in future, as we will remain autonomous and not be connected in any way to any other institutions. Other venues have been offered to us if required but attendance and membership will be closely regulated to PPL members only. We will enact our own Conflict of Loyalties for the purpose of the Writers Group.