Category Archives: Speakers

February 24, 2018 Speaker

Paul William Bass was born in Independence, Missouri.  He graduated from William Chrisman High School, Southwest Baptist College and Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He began his writing career in 2007 with publication of No Little Dreams: Henry Garland Bennett, Educator … Continue reading

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First Mini-Contest of 2018

Prizes = $75/$50/$25/HM Rules: 1. Must be a member to enter. 2. Story must be complete: beginning/middle/end 3. Your story can be nonfiction (true), fiction or a poem. 4. Entry must be 750 words or less. 5. Any story or … Continue reading

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January 27 Speaker

Tierney James will speak at the January 27 meeting of the Springfield Writers’ Guild  on: “How social media can benefit your writing.” Tierney has been in education for over thirty years. She recently stopped teaching World Geography for a nearby … Continue reading

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Member Kudos for Missouri Writers’ Guild

Anyone have MWG member kudos or chapter news to share about upcoming end of the year events? Send it as a Word file to margolynndill@gmail.com and she will get it on the website and FB page. 🙂

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October 28 Speaker

Criticism and rejection letters never help a writer — or do they? What can you learn from critique? Speaker, Annie England Noblin will address these issues at the October 28 meeting. Annie teaches ​English and Communications for Arkansas State University … Continue reading

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September 23 Speaker

  Attorney Branden Twibell will talk about “The Rights of the Accused” and will focus on how our Constitution sets up and guides our criminal justice system, and whether Hollywood gets it right. Branden earned his law degree from the … Continue reading

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August 26 Speaker

Lori Ericson grew up in her family-owned cemetery and spent years as a newspaper reporter, but isn’t sure which experience helped more to shape the dark stories that spill from her head. The author and her husband, Lloyd, live in … Continue reading

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