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Calling All Writers

Hi folks, and happy Valentine's Day! WCTV is looking writers to be guests on our Podcast, “Wilmington Writes”. While our new podcast studio is being built, we thought this would be a great time to reach out to the community and find more writers to feature on the podcast.

Guests will come to WCTV studios and bring along the creative selection they wish to

share. During the interview, we will ask each author a few questions about the piece

they read to the audience, why they write and more! The visit to WCTV will take

20 minutes per guest. Writers of all ages are welcome! We will accept, poetry, excerpts

from short stories or novels as well as other creative writing samples.

If you would like to be featured on the podcast, please contact Lisa Kapala-Egan at:

Meetings covered by WCTV this week include:

Wednesday February 15, 7PM School Committee

View on channels: Comcast 9, Verizon 37

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