June Meeting

The Phoenix Writers Club will be having their monthly meeting on Saturday, June 20, 2020. This will be the first time we hold our monthly meeting through Zoom. All are welcome, guests are encouraged and we hope to see many new faces. There will be NO CHARGE for this meeting.
Our speaker for the meeting is our own Kixx Goldman. Details below:


Dr. Kixx Goldman, author, psychotherapist, coach, and storyteller, has a passion for writing fiction. Her recently published debut collection, Speak from Your Heart and Be Heard: Stories of Courage and Healing is a tribute to human resilience. The characters in the stories show us how we can follow our intuition and speak our truth, a powerful vehicle for healing trauma.


Kixx grew up in the jubilation of post-war Seattle, married, and moved to Vancouver where she raised three children before earning graduate degrees in education and counseling psychology. In her private practice, she helped individuals and couples untangle fight cycles and recreate emotional intimacy. She taught workshops on personal empowerment and conflict resolution. As a public school consultant, she helped students overcome learning problems and develop social skills. She published in psychology journals and feature magazines. In her spare time, Kixx acted in local theater, and treasures memories of favorite roles, like the vengeful Abigail in Arthur Miller’s Crucible.


On a typical Phoenix day in December, you can find Kixx, admiring the blush of hibiscus in the desert. On a fine July day, you can find her walking the seawall in Vancouver with her husband, Les, affectionately known to her grandchildren as “Uncle Lester.” You might even see them stop to contemplate


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Writer On Writers

Did you know, The Phoenix Writers Club hosts a writers workshop after each monthly meeting?

We call it, Write On Writers (WOW), and we would enjoy seeing you there. Write On Writers is an unscripted, open forum where we discuss the craft of writing, share our current works in progress, and offer suggestions and ideas about each other's works. It is not a critique group, more of an open platform to give and receive ideas to help sharpen our skills and write better works. The group is not limited to one or two types of writing, but to ALL writing regardless of the topic or target audience. We hope you will join us, and look forward to hearing from all writers.

Be a Writer

What’s Involved?
Got an urge to write, but don’t know how to begin?

First, say these words, I am a writer! Out loud, I AM A WRITER!

Now go tell everyone you know and even strangers that you are a writer.

Once your writing muse hears you, there’s no turning back you’re hooked.

So roll up your sleeves, sharpen some pencils or turn on the computer, your job is to make those words come true so start writing and keep it going! Ah, now that’s the hard part. Writing takes courage, perseverance, determination, discipline, creativity and boldness.

We are here to help. Writers need writers.

DON’T delete this Web site, bookmark it when your first book is published, you’ll be glad you did!

Submitted by
Eileen Birin
Neelie Publishing

Please contact us at:
The Phoenix Writers Club
P.O. Box 17413
Phoenix, AZ 85011-0413
OR
mibbles1274@msn.com

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