Verulam Writers' Circle The St Albans writers' group

  • TrickOTime final smaller
  • the encyclopedia of
  • powers of the mind
  • mistress of the sea
  • Eats - Camilla Chester
  • TBOGsmall
  • MusclingThrough72LG
  • mysteries magic
  • Japanese Daisy Chain
  • from italy with love
  • the lost duchess
  • adventures of the time travelling friends
  • jarreddreams
  • jacquigayle
  • blackholebarcover
  • FallHard72web
  • alien contact
  • HardTail72web
  • final front cover
  • SLAM72web
  • PressureHead72web
  • jaceys kingdom
  • will you survive after death
By writers, for writers

By writers, for writers

Are you a writer based in or around St Albans? Are you seeking a little inspiration? Or maybe some high quality critique to help bring your work up to scratch? Or workshops to hone your writing skills? Do you want to be among people who understand what is to to be a writer? Then Verulam Writers' Circle is for you. Come and join us.

Veracity Spring 2015

As well as joining our meetings, writers can benefit from the secure and friendly member area of this website. Why not have a browse of Veracity, our newsletter?

Read more

Our latest competition

The Theme of the Competition is Human Weaknesses. Take one or more of the seven deadly sins: gluttony, sloth, lust, wrath, pride, envy and greed then weave a story to intrigue us all. It can be of any genre - romance, crime, zombie etc. But make the sin the centre of the story. Casual reference to it along the way will not be appreciated. You could take more than one sin, attach them to different characters and look at the consequences. Prizes will of course be awarded for excellent writing as well as relevance to the theme.

News Feeds

Feed not found.

The Anthology - and link to Amazon


Writers and Artists short story competition

This competition will be of interest to writers. Bear in mind the value of the Writers' and Artists' Yearbooks.

Short story competition

This Weeks Writing Tip (30)

Don't be frightened to experiment with your POV. Re-write the same page or scene in different POVs, including switching between characters, but don't simply switch names or all the 'he's and 'she's to 'I's. Use the strengths of each POV to add emotion or descriptive detail or a different interpretation of events.

(Steve Barley)




Put a smile on your face (45)

Eat vegetarian food - it goes great with steak!