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The Circle has produced several publications since it was formed in 1993. Some of these have achieved national acclaim.

In the 2011 national awards by the Writers’ News and the David St John Thomas Charitable Trust, our book, Pick and Mix, won the Best Writers’ Circle Anthology cup and also the Winner of Winners shield as the best publication in all classes.  It also won a Runners-up certificate in the NAWG national competition.

This follows our success in the same competition in 1994 when our very first book won the Best Writers' Circle Anthology

The 2006 anthology, “Hidden Depths” was short-listed for the NAWG prize

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The Circle has also written its own soap opera, The Chronicles of Much Hemlock, set in a fictitious village in the Cotswolds. Members were invited to contribute one character each to populate the village and a cast list of about 20 was produced.

The soap opera received its first mention in the Reading Evening Post on 22 November 2002.

 

 

 

 

 

A few copies of some of our past publications are available at
a reduced price of £2.00 per copy (plus 50p p&p).

To order a copy, do come along to one of the meetings or write
and send a cheque (payable to Thames Valley Writers' Circle) to:

Barbara Smith,
2, Oakham Close,
Tilehurst,
Reading,
Berkshire.  RG31 6LD