Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Tuesday evening meetings at UD to resume September 24

Welcome to the University of Dallas
Welcoming writers new freshmen
to the University of Dallas
After a summer break, on Tuesday, 24 September, we will resume our evening meetings at the University of Dallas (in Irving), from 7 to 9 p.m.,  Room 241 of Carpenter Hall (at the top of the east stairwell). Park in Lot A in front of Carpenter Hall (building 1 on this campus map).

Remember, if you have work that you would like to share, or would like to get feedback on, remember to bring 10-15 copies with you to the meeting. Also welcome are your progress reports (we want to know what you're working on) and questions (we are all here to help and learn from one another).

To avoid potential confusion, please note the following:
  • Tuesday evening meetings take place at the (Catholic) University of Dallas (UD -- not UTD), near where the Cowboys football stadium used to stand. 1845 East Northgate Drive, Irving, Texas 75062-4736.
Aw, shucks, just look at this map:



Got it? The only CATHOLIC university in the D/FW Metroplex. You can even take DART rail now, because there is a new University of Dallas rail station, on the Orange Line.

  •  Okay, now that we are straight on that, here's another thing: we will continue to have our second-Friday meetings at Half-Price Books in Dallas. Feel free to attend either or both. No extra charge (actually, no charge at all. Ever. Really. Just come). The next Friday meeting takes place this week.
  • To make sure you get meeting notices, you should get on our email list. Just contact us and give us your particulars. Don't worry, we won't spam you.
  • And another thing: If you, or someone you know, would like to participate but cannot attend either of the scheduled meetings, please let us know! We'll do what we can to accommodate those who truly wish to take part. We are currently working on arranging a meeting in the Tarrant County area. If you would be interested, or can suggest a good meeting place, guess what you should do? That's right! Let us know.