Meets second Saturday of every month

2 p.m to 3:30 p.m.
Members no charge, $7 Nonmembers  (cash or check only)
 El Modena Branch Orange Public Library
380 S. Hewes Ave.,
Orange, CA 92869

CWC members write novels, short stories, screen plays, poetry, nonfiction articles and books, commercial work and more. Over half are published.


We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit

Nancy Cole Silverman began her writing career in radio before turning to print journalism and fiction. She has a degree in Mass Communications from Arizona State University in Phoenix where she was an on-air TV reporter. After moving to Los Angeles she became a top ad sales executive for several radio stations. Silverman's work includes audio short stories and novels. The Carol Childs Mysteries feature a radio station reporter, the latest installment, just out, called Reason to Doubt.


October 12

   Nancy Cole Silverman

"From Concept to First Draft in Six Months or Less:
A Writer's Guide to Expediting a Writer's Process"

Future Programs

November 9 – Christopher Lentz “Location,                 Location, Location: Using Iconic Historic                  Places in  Fiction”


December 14 - Annual Holiday Party and Open               Reading

Beginning January 5, 2020, we will meet on the first Saturday of the month from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m at the Orange Public Library and History Center at 407 E. Chapman Ave, Orange,  92866