The Fayetteville Public Library will be closed Friday, November 10 for an in-service day. Additionally, the library will close at 5 p.m. Wednesday, November 22 and will be closed all day Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 for Thanksgiving.
For the past week, the Arkansas Writers site has been undergoing web trauma. In an effort to update, I moved this site and two others to a new server. Two of the sites made the move intact, but wouldn’t you know, this one got corrupted. A few of the most recent posts have been lost… Continue reading Recovering from Web Trauma
Arkansas Writers.comis your place to connect with other writers in Arkansas and neighboring states. SUBSCRIBE for a free listing in the Directory of Writers. CONTRIBUTE with news that you would like to share with other writers. Check the CALENDAR for upcoming conferences, workshops, and local writing-related events. Library news is especially welcome. If you’re looking… Continue reading Welcome to Arkansas Writers
Washed in the Water: Tales from the South by Nancy Hartney won the coveted Best Book of the Year Fiction and the President’s Award from Ozarks Writers League during their November 2014 conference. “I appreciate the judges and OWL officers for honoring me with these two awards,” said Hartney. Washed in the Water is a collection… Continue reading Washed in the Water Wins Double Award
Join the Fayetteville Public Library for a live taping of Ozarks-at-Large on Wednesday, June 11 at 6:00pm with host Kyle Kellams. Kellams interviews nationally acclaimed playwright Karen Zacarias about her newest work, Just Like Us, slated for its first public performance at TheatreSquared’s 2014 Arkansas New Play Festival. Based on Helen Thorpe’s bestselling book, this new play… Continue reading Fayetteville Public Library, KUAF Radio, and TheatreSquared Present the Author Series in Fayetteville June 11
Authors Book signing Day at Kimberling Area Library, Missouri is set for Saturday, February 1, 2014, 9:00 am to 2:00pm with a full slate of 35 authors and writers from the Ozark environs. Two featured speakers, western writer Dusty Richards and historian Tom Koob, each take the podium for a 25-minute presentation. Eight other authors… Continue reading Thirty-five Authors at Kimberling Area Library
Thanks to the feedback of one of our readers, I have discovered that my Editor contact links were not working or working inadequately. That fact may explain why I don’t receive as many submissions as I would like. I’ve corrected the situation. Just send your information to MaeveMaddox-at-gmail.com/. (I put “-at-” instead of the usual… Continue reading Missing Links
Judge Gunn was unfortunately too ill to attend the Whodunits meeting on May 1, but she sent a worthy subsitute in her law clerk, attorney Kathryn Hake. Hake’s description of the drug court program not only gave members a clear picture of how the court functions, but conveyed its importance in the lives of the… Continue reading Kathryn Hake Fills In for Judge Gunn