If You Walk Long Enough Virtual Author Talk November 4

Nancy Hartney will speak virtually at the Springdale Public Library on November 4 at 6:00p- 7:30 pm. The discussion will center around authorcraft and storytelling as a way to explore writing, culture, and history.  Her debut novel, If You Walk Long Enough, is set during the Vietnam War and the tumultuous social issues of that… Continue reading If You Walk Long Enough Virtual Author Talk November 4

Sean Fitzgibbon Book Talk at Fayetteville Public Library October 9

Sean Fitzgibbon speaks on his upcoming graphic novel about the Crescent Hotel’s strange incarnation as the Baker Hospital, “What Follows is True: Crescent Hotel.” His in-person presentation at 2:00pm on October 9, offered free at the Fayetteville Public Library, is a documentary-style graphic nonfiction exploration of this controversial Eureka Springs, Arkansas, legend. As an artist, … Continue reading Sean Fitzgibbon Book Talk at Fayetteville Public Library October 9

Ozarks Writing Festival with Two Friends Books and Cafe

The first annual Ozarks Writing Festival takes front and center June 26 -27 in Bentonville, Arkansas. Two Friends Books, newly opened, presents the Festival, celebrating writers in the Ozarks through readings, signings and book sales. Indie-published, self-published, or traditionally published authors are invited. Best part, authors keep 100% of materials sold at the Festival. See… Continue reading Ozarks Writing Festival with Two Friends Books and Cafe

Poetry and Pitchers (of Suds) Happy Hour

Poetry Happy Hour with Bill McCloud at Gotahold Brewing, April 8th, 5:30 p.m. Gotahold Brewing has chosen the Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow (WCDH) as their #TipsforTransformation benefactor during the month of April, National Poetry Month. Poetry Happy Hours will be held at 5:30 pm CDT every Thursday in April in the beer garden at Gotahold. The… Continue reading Poetry and Pitchers (of Suds) Happy Hour

Colson Whitehead Virtual Lecture November 12

Award Winning Author Colson Whitehead Appears Virtually in NW Arkansas Crystal Bridges welcomes acclaimed author Colson Whitehead in this virtual lecture centered on his award winning novel, The Nickel Boys, an exploration of life under Jim Crow told from the perspective of two boys in one of the country’s most notorious juvenile correctional institutions. This… Continue reading Colson Whitehead Virtual Lecture November 12

Three Virtual Events for Writers and Readers

2020 Virtual Conference for Readers and Writers Sponsor: Nimrod International Journal Date: Currently underway. Closing date: November 18, 2020 Cost: All panel discussions, craft talks/workshops, readings, and Q&As are free and open to the public, but donations are requested. One-on-One Critique Sessions range in price from $15-$25. Activities: virtual panel discussions, craft talks/writing workshops, Q&As,… Continue reading Three Virtual Events for Writers and Readers

Writers’ Colony Hosts a Virtual Poetluck Featuring Hannah Bae

The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow (WCDH) will host a virtual Poetluck on Thursday, June 18, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. WCDH has canceled public gatherings until further notice due to COVID-19. However, our virtual Poetluck continues to be an opportunity to hear local writers and writers from across the nation read their work. Hannah… Continue reading Writers’ Colony Hosts a Virtual Poetluck Featuring Hannah Bae

Writers’ Colony A Podcast Presence for Locked-down Authors

Back in December of 2019, Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow board member and author Charles Templeton launched the first Dairy Hollow podcast, “Write Now at the Writers’ Colony.”  Since then, a total of seven thirty- to forty-minute podcasts on writing topics have been produced. On March 30, 2020, prompted by the new locked-down life of… Continue reading Writers’ Colony A Podcast Presence for Locked-down Authors

Authors Festival Application Deadline November 1 2019

The 2020 Authors Festival at Kimberling Area Library in Kimberling City, Missouri is scheduled for February 1, 2020. The deadline to apply for speaking slots and tables is November 1, 2019. Applicants will be notified of acceptance in December. Authors with books to sell can apply to speak at the event. A limited number of… Continue reading Authors Festival Application Deadline November 1 2019