October 28 Meeting
Annie England Noblin will address “Using Rejection to Make you a Better Writer” at the October 28 meeting.
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Meets fourth Saturday of each month at McAlister's DeliCritique/Mentor Hour: 11:00-12:00
Business Meeting: 2:00-2:30
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For its annual contest, Submit a personal essay or epic poem about a ‘Contemporary Pilgrim, Prophet, or Unsung S/Hero.’ Must be original and previously unpublished, 2000 words or less.See more guidelines at the website below. Deadline: Nov. 1. First prize – $1000, Second … Continue reading
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
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
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
Juliana Goodwin is a food columnist, cookbook author, and travel writer in Springfield, Mo. She worked for the Springfield News-Leader for 11 years, before leaving in 2014 to freelance full-time and spend more time with her family. Goodwin grew up … Continue reading
Carla Kirchner has an MFA in Creative Writing from Spalding University and is an Assistant Professor of Language and Literature at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, MO. Both a poet and fiction writer, Kirchner won the Concrete Wolf Press 2016 … Continue reading
About Camille Faye During her years as a university Composition instructor and writing center tutor, Camille Faye worked with hundreds of writers from varying backgrounds and skill levels on many types of writing projects. She can work with writers in … Continue reading