Southern Comfort with Nancy Hartney

Nancy Hartney, Southern writer par excellence.

If you don’t yet know this Southern writer, you can get a taste of her inimitable style by reading her credentials and three poems in the current edition of Dead Mule Poems.

So far, Hartney has also published two collections of short stories set in the South: Washed […]

Gayer Publishes Another Volume of Wacky Humor

Arkansas writer Russell Gayer is busy marketing his second collection of comical short stories, One Idiot Short of a Village.

Russell Gayer reading from _One Idiot Short of a Village_at the Fayetteville Library, May 20, 2018

According to the story that gives the collection its title, “Every village must have an idiot.” When the […]

Nancy Hartney Adds Poetry to Her Portfolio

Already known for her deft hand with the short story, Arkansas author Nancy Hartney has added published poet to her credentials. […]

M H Collins, Mentor and Blogger

Marilyn H. Collins

Arkansas writer Marilyn H. Collins is perhaps best known for her writing guides and hands-on writing workshops.

Collins has presented workshops and lectures on all the topics covered by her guides, which include Memoir Writing Guide, You Can Write a Book About Your Family, Market Yourself, Market Your Book, The Art […]

Updating the ArkansasWriters Directory

Free listings for Subscribers in Arkansas and adjacent states. Both individual and group listings for writers.

The Directory for both Groups and Writers has been updated. Two groups have been deleted because of outdated contact information. Several individual writers have also been deleted.

If you have been listed in the Directory in the past, […]

Poets Meeting February 3, 2018

 

POETS NORTHWEST will meet on Saturday, February 3 at the Springdale Library from 1—3 p.m. The meeting is open to anyone who is interested in writing poetry.

Dusty Richards 1937—2018

Dusty Richards 1937-2018

The Arkansas writing community lost a legend on January 18, 2018.

Dusty Richards, author of numerous books about the West, died a week after Pat Richards, his wife of 57 years. They died of injuries received in a catastrophic car accident in December.

Richards came late to fiction writing, publishing his […]

Two Hearts for 99 cents!

The digital edition of Raymona Anderson’s novel, Two Hearts in Time, is available for ninety-nine cents until December 14, 2017. […]

Raymona Anderson on the Radio

 

Raymona Marie Anderson, author of TWO HEARTS IN TIME.

Bentonville author Raymona Anderson recently discussed her journalistic background and current work as a novelist in a radio interview with Paul Reeves, ImpactRadioUSA.

A former travel writer, Anderson tells how an adventure tour among Yucatan’s Maya ruins inspired Two Hearts in Time, published by […]

WORD RAGE, a Bullying Intervention

WORD RAGE, a response to the negative comments about usage that so often disrupt discussion on social media. Maddox emphasizes the fact that English is a collection of dialects and that different contexts call for different usage. […]