Free Genealogy Workshop at FPL

Diane Giannini, a board certified professional genealogist, will facilitate a free genealogy workshop, “I Found a Document, Now What?”on Saturday, March 29 at 10:00am in the Walker Community Room at the Fayetteville Public Library. Participants in the workshop will learn how to analyze documents and build their family research more efficiently and effectively. No registration… Continue reading Free Genealogy Workshop at FPL

Celebrate Rhyme and Verse with Poetry Month Fayetteville

Fayetteville will be officially celebrating National Poetry Month for the first time this April with poetry events for all ages, thanks to a joint effort from the Fayetteville Public Library, KUAF, and local poet Houston Hughes. Over 15 poetry-related activities such as performances, film screenings, and writing workshops are planned over the course of the… Continue reading Celebrate Rhyme and Verse with Poetry Month Fayetteville

Fayetteville Writing Circle Forming

The Fayetteville Writing Circle, a new critique group affiliated with the Eureka Springs Village Writing School, invites beginning and seasoned writers to join them the first and third Sunday of each month. The Circle meets at 1:00 p.m. in the Fayetteville Public Library. Fayetteville writer Laurie Reichart and Village Director Alison Taylor-Brown formed the group… Continue reading Fayetteville Writing Circle Forming

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Fayetteville Public Library to Issue Tickets for Maya Angelou Visit

The Fayetteville Public Library will host the FPL Author Series with An Evening with Dr. Maya Angelou on Friday, April 11th.  The library will begin taking reservations for free tickets online beginning Monday, March 3 at 9:00am via their website. Assistance will be provided over the phone or in the library to those who do… Continue reading Fayetteville Public Library to Issue Tickets for Maya Angelou Visit

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Celebrate Rhyme and Verse with Poetry Month Fayetteville

Fayetteville will be officially celebrating National Poetry Month for the first time this April with poetry events for all ages, thanks to a joint effort from the Fayetteville Public Library, KUAF, and local poet Houston Hughes. Over 15 poetry-related activities such as performances, film screenings, and writing workshops are planned over the course of the… Continue reading Celebrate Rhyme and Verse with Poetry Month Fayetteville

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Nimrod International Journal 2014 Contests

University of Tulsa Nimrod International Journal has announced the 36th annual competition and awards for the Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry and the Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction, among the most distinguished literary prizes in the country.  The Awards offer first prizes of $2,000 and publication and second prizes of $1,000 and  publication, along… Continue reading Nimrod International Journal 2014 Contests

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September 6 Deadline for Grand Prairie Entries

Writers interested in submitting work for the Creative Writing division of the Grand Prairie Festival of the Arts (September 27-29) have until September 6, 2013. The Festival is held in Stuttgart, Arkansas. This it its 57th year. For details, visit www.grandprairiearts.com

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SSS     January 8, 2018 Mailing deadline for Maureen Egen competition  

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New Book by Madelyn F. Young

Book signing for Madelyn F. Young’s book “Views from an Empty Nest: Award-Winning Tales Written after Fifty” set for April 20, 2012 in Hot Springs Village.

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