Fearless Writing with Crescent Dragonwagon October 8 Bella Vista, Arkansas

Long time favorite Crescent Dragonwagon presents Fearless Writing on Sunday, October 8 at the Artist Retreat, 13467 Lookout Drive, Bella Vista, Arkansas. She helps writers take pen in hand and write from confidence and fearlessly as hosted by Village Writers and Poets from 2:00pm – 5:00 pm. Early Bird sign-up is $99. Contact Joanie Barrett… Continue reading Fearless Writing with Crescent Dragonwagon October 8 Bella Vista, Arkansas

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Co-authors Tony Wappel and J.B. Hogan Book Signing at Nightbird Books, Fayetteville

Tony Wappel and J B Hogan will be at Nightbird Books to sign copies of their new book, The Square Book: An Illustrated History of the Fayetteville Square: 1828 – 2016, Saturday afternoon, June 24 between 1:00 – 3:00. The book features little known facts as well as photographs on the heart of Fayetteville known… Continue reading Co-authors Tony Wappel and J.B. Hogan Book Signing at Nightbird Books, Fayetteville

A Brief History of Fayetteville, Arkansas with Charles Alison

Wednesday, June 28 at 6:00 pm the FPL Summer Author series with historian Charles Alison continues in the Walker Room. Alison will discuss his new book, A Brief History of Fayetteville, Arkansas, which discusses the pivotal details that have shaped Fayetteville’s evolution into one of Arkansas’s largest cities. Charlie Alison has lived in Fayetteville since… Continue reading A Brief History of Fayetteville, Arkansas with Charles Alison

Author Nancy Hartney to Speak in Tahlequah, Oklahoma

Short story author of “If the Creek Don’t Rise: Tales from the South,” speaks at the Tahlequah Writers monthly meeting June 17 at 2:00 p.m. in the Spider Gallery, Cherokee Arts Center. Nancy Hartney will discuss the use of regions and geography in storytelling. “If the Creek Don’t Rise” is her second collection of short… Continue reading Author Nancy Hartney to Speak in Tahlequah, Oklahoma

Ponies, Parentage and Promise: Writing the American Western from a Southern Skyline Writing Workshop

“Ponies, Parentage, and Promise: Writing the American Western from a Southern Skyline” is presented by Thomas Eaton on May 17 at 4:00 pm in the Fayetteville Public Library, Henry Board Room. Registration is required; the workshop is free. The American South and the American West—not so different. The South knows its Great War; the West… Continue reading Ponies, Parentage and Promise: Writing the American Western from a Southern Skyline Writing Workshop

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History of Fayetteville with Charlie Alison

Headquarters House on East Dickson Street commemorates the Battle of Fayetteville (Arkansas), April 15, 2017 with various activities and a book signing by Charlie Alison. Alison’s book, A Brief History of Fayetteville, Arkansas , is an account of a courthouse that became one of the larger Arkansas towns until it was destroyed in the Civil… Continue reading History of Fayetteville with Charlie Alison

An Evening with Ann Patchett

Fayetteville Public Library is proud to welcome Ann Patchett as the 2017 Fulbright Author on Friday, March 31, 2017 at 7:00pm. Ann Patchett is a celebrated author, a devoted reader and a champion of literary culture. She is the author of seven novels, The Patron Saint of Liars, Taft, The Magician’s Assistant, Bel Canto, Run,… Continue reading An Evening with Ann Patchett

FPL Second Sunday series with Nancy Hartney March 2017

Nancy Hartney is guest at the Second Sunday Local Author series in the Fayetteville Public Library Walker Room March 12, 2017 at 2:00pm. She writes about the Deep South where her roots dig into the piney woods and the sweat-soaked hardscrabble farms. Her second book, If the Creek Don’t Rise: Tales from the South follows… Continue reading FPL Second Sunday series with Nancy Hartney March 2017

Raymona Anderson and Historical Fiction Techniques Unwrapped at Fayetteville Public Library

HISTORICAL FICTION TECHNIQUES UNWRAPPED: A How-to Workshop for Writers with Raymona Marie Anderson on March 15 at 3:00pm, Ann Henry Board Room, Fayetteville Public Library. Registration is required. Historical fiction is defined as a story set in the past. This workshop offers techniques for keeping the story and characters focused without overwhelming the reader with… Continue reading Raymona Anderson and Historical Fiction Techniques Unwrapped at Fayetteville Public Library

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