Tiffany René Samples
“Your Relationship with Your Narrator:
Happily Ever After or an Internet Hookup”
The Library Center – Auditorium
4653 S. Campbell Ave., Springfield, MO 65810
January 22, 2022 – 10:00 a.m-1:00 p.m
10:00 a.m. – Mentor Hour
11:00 a.m. – Speaker
12:00 p.m. – Business Meeting
Don’t forget to renew your yearly membership!
OR, JOIN US ON ZOOM!
Message from the 2022 SWG President
Hello, fellow writers! I am so excited as we kick off a new year of Springfield Writers Guild! We have before us yet another opportunity to hone our craft, support one another, and share ideas and inspiration.
The Library Center is reserved for the entire calendar year, so we will spend all of 2022 in one place for our meetings. The only caveat is the March meeting. The good news is we have both smaller community rooms (next to the big conference room), which hold up to 65 people. So we will enjoy all our meetings in one location this year. We will continue to provide a hybrid environment, allowing members to join us remotely on Zoom as well.
As president this year, I intend to focus on inclusion. So often we find ourselves talking about publishing books, and that is indeed the goal of many of our members. But we also have members published in magazines, newspapers, and anthologies. We have folks who write genealogical books for their families. We have screenplay writers and playwrights, and some who are busy writing poetry in notebooks, dreaming about the day when their words might be read by someone else (that’s where I was in my 30s). All of us who write have been given a gift, and that gift, that creative spirit within us, makes us whole. So let us all come together, let us all have a voice, and let us all learn and enjoy this wonderful thing we do called, ‘Writing.’
SWG, ORA, & SLEUTH’S INK are pleased to present:
BETWEEN THE PAGES WRITERS CONFERENCE 2022
JUNE 17-19, 2022
JOIN US FOR AN EXCITING LINEUP OF GUEST SPEAKERS, WORKSHOPS, CONTESTS, HEADSHOTS, AGENT/PUBLISHER PITCHES, AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO NETWORK WITH INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS.
**SWG MEMBERS – Find your discounted registration in the “Members Only” page.
See conference extras to sign up for headshots, agent pitches, and author tables.
Bring YOUR Written Works to Mentor Hour!
Get valuable feedback from your peers by submitting a sample of writing to be constructively critiqued. Members should email their work a week before the meeting as an attachment to email@example.com. Type MENTOR HOUR SUBMISSION in your email subject line.
- Up to 3 pages, double spaced, 1-inch margins, in 12pt Times New Roman font
- Submissions are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis
SWG Genre Groups
Genre groups meet once or twice a month separate from the Springfield Writers’ Guild meeting.
Leader: John Cawlfield
Meeting Schedule: 7:00 PM -2nd Saturday of the month via Zoom
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Leader: Tim Ritter
Meeting Schedule: 7:00 PM – 3rd or 4th Tuesday of the month via Zoom
Contact Info: email@example.com
Science Fiction / Fantasy / Horror Group
Leader: Kim Brixey
Meeting Schedule: Second Wednesday of the month at 7pm on Zoom and immediately following the Guild meeting on the fourth Saturday of the month
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christian / Inspirational Group
Leader: Ruth Hunter
Meeting Schedule: First Monday of the month, and immediately following the Guild meeting.
Contact Info: email@example.com