Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Launch of Well Versed 2013 at the Unity Center in Columbia on July 14
The Columbia Chapter of the Missouri Writers' Guild has announced the launch date for release of the 2013 version of Well Versed.
The launch will be Sunday, July 14 from 2-4 p.m. in the Founder's Wing of the Unity Center, 1600 W. Broadway, Columbia, MO.
The Unity Center is tucked off of the main road in a residential neighborhood. Surrounded by trees, the Center is a peaceful place where wind chimes tinkle, squirrels scamper, and birds flit. Every time I visit the Center for a CCMWG event, I'm inspired to write. The Center is also easy to find.
The launch of Well Versed 2013 features:
* author readings
* meet and greet of contributors
I'm honored that my essay, "Amo, Amas, Amat," was awarded second place in the Judge's Pick Essay category. I'm also excited to be in the same anthology with my writing friends from Coffee and Critique -- Marcia Gaye, Karen Guccione-Englert, and Jack Zerr -- as well as local writers Lynn Obermoeller and Sheree Nielsen.
Linda Fisher of Mozark Press does a fantastic job compiling and editing Well Versed. For a complete list of names of judges, contributors, and winners, visit the CCMWG blog.
If you're in the Columbia area and have some free time Sunday, afternoon, July 14, please stop by the Unity Center for the launch party.
If you look up the definition of "old school" in the Merriam-Webster dictionary, you will find "characteristic or evocative o...
I've been in a nostalgic mood lately. Now that my granddaughter is spending a month studying with her college overseas, or "study...
If you're looking for an educational and inspirational writing event this month, the Unbound Book Festival should be on your list. Fest...
Super Bowl weekend, while the guys were out in the country and my granddaughter was on the road back to college, I did something I never exp...