London Writers’ Café is a community group for writers for creative writers to share, read and discuss their writing projects for constructive feedback. The aim of LWC is to provide regular meetings where writers can join in and connect with others for support, advice and motivation! The group began in 2006, by just a few writers who wanted to regularly get together to share their work for feedback and honest critiques. Today, LWC is a thriving community of more than 1,300 writers, with regular group meetings in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. If you've looking for a reliable writing group in London that delivers constructive feedback, advice, information, or you'd just like to spend some time with other writers; LWC is the place for you. We understand that everyone needs a good excuse to avoid sitting at screens or at blank pages in notebooks!

What we do

Reviews from LWC members.... "Excellent idea and well organised. Great for writers who actually write and share their work and feedback." ~ Richard "A great forum for writers to discuss works and a nice way to meet other writers in an informal setting. Had a lovely time, count me in for another one soon!" ~ Premila Patel

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Steve OConnor

Tue 8th Apr 2008 08:54


Cheers for the comment. It's been a while since I've had absinthe, but next time the opportunity arises I'll give you a shout if you're up for it!


stuart smith

Fri 25th Jan 2008 12:10

itchy feet

if all roads lead to rome
then to roam i must go.....

stuart smith

stuart smith

Fri 25th Jan 2008 11:58

hi dave
sounds like a great thing to hovis in wonderland. please get in touch and let me know when the next batch is going on. i am still in penrith and a bit out of touch, but keeping bumping into old friends of mine and richards even up here. take care
stuart smith

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Mia Darlone

Thu 20th Dec 2007 14:49

Cheers Dave - I've stopped sulking now, it went so badly it's actually quite funny! If it's fancy dress then I'll do it again (I've got a robin outfit made out of teddy bear fur - it even has a fur balaclava with built-in beak. It's most excellent).
Merry Christmas to ya.


Sun 9th Dec 2007 18:17

Hi, thanks for introducing me to the site.

i like you're poem, 'Taboos' is a cute one.

the bit

'Then she would go and make a pot of tea.
And the end of the world was averted.'

made me giggle, reminds me of how my Mother-in-law reacts to pressure or stress

'make a cup of tea!'


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clarissa mckone

Thu 25th Oct 2007 03:06

OK Dave... I need more poems of yours to read!!! takr care clarissa

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clarissa mckone

Wed 24th Oct 2007 00:46

Dave, Go Jack Go is very funny, I enjoyed it very much and think I understand it. you have a sharp mind, would not want to debate you ever! thanks clarissa

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