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Events in the month of January 2020
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01/15/20
January City Connect @ Five Joints at 5 Points

Join the City of Waukesha Chamber of Commerce for our January City Connect networking event at 5 Joints @ 5 Points. Food and some beverages will be provided.

January 15, 2020
5:00 pm-7:00 pm 
5 Joints @ 5 Points

257 W Broadway, Waukesha, WI 53186

Free for Members
$5 for Non-members

Please RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/january-city-connect-five-joints-at-5-points-tickets-86639776905

Sponsored by 5 Joints @ 5 Points


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01/16/20
Professional Women's Monthly Networking Meeting

Join the Professional Women's Networking Group for our first meeting of 2020.

We'll start with light networking and 60 second elevator speeches, then hear from Mike Sobie with Quality Accountin Services about accounting for small businesses with some tips and answers regarding QuickBooks.


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01/17/20
Friday Night Free For All!

Celebrate 15 Years of AllWriters'!

Join us for our January 17th Friday Night Free For All!

If you’d like to see what AllWriters’ is all about and if you’d like to hear some of the work flowing in our on-site and online classrooms, stop by a Free For All! At each Free For All, we will have three student readers presenting poetry, creative nonfiction, and fiction. AllWriters’ director Kathie Giorgio will also read, as well as a faculty member or a special guest.

Free For Alls take place at Café de Arts, 830 W. St. Paul Ave., in Waukesha. The full cafe menu is available, so come for dinner and meet our writers! No registration is necessary. This event is open to the public. Doors open at 6:00 and readings begin at 7:00.
Total Openings: Unlimited
Date and Time: January 17th 2020
Price: FREE
Location: Café De Arts

On January 17th, our special birthday guest reader will be Michael Giorgio!

MICHAEL GIORGIO got his start in writing in what many consider a dead, or at least a lost, art: Radio Drama. His first work won a national scriptwriting contest and a love of writing was born. Since then, he has had over a dozen audio scripts produced in Newark, Los Angeles, Akron, San Francisco, and Tennessee.

Michael will be reading from his third full length novel, A Week Of Criminal Happiness, to be released by Black Rose Writing in June of 2020. Michael’s second full length novel, The Memory Swindlers, was released in 2016 by Black Rose Writing and is the sequel to his first full length novel, Justice Comes Home, released in 2014.

An Active Member of the Mystery Writers of America and the Short Fiction Mystery Society, Michael has had both mystery and mainstream short stories published in magazines such as The StrandMystery TimeUp Dere?Prose AxMy LegacyFighting Chance, and Lunatic Chameleon. His fiction has also been anthologized in The Mammoth Book of Tales from the Road (Carroll and Graf), The Mammoth Book of On the Road (Robinson), It’s That Time Again: The New Stories of Old Time Radio (BearManor Media), and Who Died in Here? (Penury Press).  For more about Michael and his work, please visit www.michaelgiorgio.org.

Three AllWriters’ students will be reading as well, showcasing nonfiction, fiction and poetry, and as an example of AllWriters’ students’ publishing prowess. They are:

  • Jim Landwehr (nonfiction), reading from his new book, The Portland House, AND an AllWriters’ author who has more than one book out!
  • Kathrine Yets (poetry), reading from her new book, So I Can Write, AND an AllWriters’ author with her first book out!
  • Jeff Konkol (fiction), reading from his book, Citadel Of The Fallen, AND an AllWriters’ author who just had his first book accepted!

Kathie Giorgio, AllWriters’ Founder and Director, will be reading as well, offering several poems from her 11th book, No Matter Which Way You Look, There Is More To See, due to be released in 2020, and a selection from her work in progress, a novel called The Ripple Effect.

Join us at Café De Arts at 6PM on Friday, January 17th, and see what we’re made of!


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