May 25 Speaker
Nancy Hartney will present a workshop at our May 25 meeting exploring why writers should develop and hone their short craft writing skills as a basic tool regardless of preferred genre.
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OUR NEXT CONTEST HAS STARTED! THEME: HISTORICAL FICTION – AMERICA The theme is broad but should be a story or poem about America’s history. Historical fiction is made up but is set in the past and sometimes borrows true characteristics … Continue reading
Nancy Hartney writes short stories and non-fiction articles. Washed in Water: Tales from the South is her award winning debut collection published July 2013. A second collection, If the Creek Don’t Rise, came out in 2016 to accolades. Both books are available in … Continue reading
Carla Kirchner is a poet, fiction writer, and Assistant Professor of Language and Literature at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, MO. Her poetry chapbook, The Physics of Love, won the 2016 Concrete Wolf Press Chapbook Contest and was published by Concrete … Continue reading
Holly Atkinson was born with a story in her head waiting to get out, and not much has changed since. She spent the bulk of her childhood buried in books—that is, when she wasn’t writing her own. Her earliest professional writing credit … Continue reading