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About This Site .................. pg 1
DIY Sailboat .................. pg 2
DIY Rowboat .................. pg 3
DIY Wood Shed .................. pg 4
Amateur Radio .................. pg 5
Radio Station .................. pg 6
Radio Clubs .................. pg 7
Christian Author .................. pg 8
Bible Websites .................. pg 9
The Iconclast .................. pg 10
Gardening .................. pg 11
Photography .................. pg 12
Writers Guild .................. pg 13
DIY Computers .................. pg 14
 
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Contact Form .................. pg 20
About The Author .................. pg 21
Donate To Projects .................. pg 22

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Bay Area Professional Writers Guild

Shed Platform Ijoined a writers group, in 2015, at the encouragment of my wife and a few friends, since I was writing books and had already published a couple. As fate would have it, at my first meeting, it was announced that the guild needed a new webmaster, the old one was moving up north to be with her children. Without thinking, I volunteered ... and I was not even a member! Little did I know what a mess I had gotten myself into. Their Wordpress website was grossly out of date, ugly and barely functional. I spent the next month overhauling it into at least functional with a new banner and theme so it could serve to inform members of meetings, speakers and events. I had to add widgets and install a few other dodads like Google visitor trackig and a photo album, so we could figure out how useful it was and do more than it had been. All in all, a fairly successful project. Website here --> BAPWG.ORG

what does a writers guild do?

At this point (Dec. 2018) it is hard to tell what we will be doing since we've just had a change of leadership with new plans and renewed ambitions. In the past, the Guild has sponsored high school writers events with the Poynter Institue in St. Petersburg and participated in various book fairs with authors displaying their books and offering them for sale. However, in the works are seminars, workshops and other events to inspire young writers and would be journalists. No one knows how all that will pan out since, so far, they are just ideas with no structure or steering commitee as yet.