WWW Member Kayann Short’s Essays Reflect Nature

Kayann Short’s latest essay, “Bones Beneath Bark: The Ecological Kinship of Trees and Humans,” has appeared in Hawk & Handsaw: The Journal of Creative Sustainability. Paired with Joyce Tennyson’s luminous photography of trees and nature, the essay considers how trees benefit human health and the reciprocity required for both species’ survival. To read the essay, visit: https://hawkandhandsaw.unity.edu/tenneson_short_trees/Continue reading “WWW Member Kayann Short’s Essays Reflect Nature”

Upcoming Summer Member Events & Recent Awards

It’s going to be a busy summer for WWW members! Hold on to your hats! Coming up in 2018’s Summer: June 14 – Randi Samuelson-Brown will be reading from her book The Beaten Territory at the Bud Werner Library in Steamboat Springs at 7:00PM June 19 – Milana Marsenich will read from her new releaseContinue reading “Upcoming Summer Member Events & Recent Awards”

WWW Member Robin F. Gainey’s Book Picked Up By Production Company

WWW Member Robin F. Gainey’s book, Light of the Northern Dancers, has been optioned by Soleil 7 for a limited TV series. The female-led producer team aims to release 10-hour drama ‘The Mystic’ (working title) set in 1888 Wyoming. The premise centers around a family mysteriously massacred on a ranch in 1880’s Wyoming, the latestContinue reading “WWW Member Robin F. Gainey’s Book Picked Up By Production Company”

WWW Member Penny Hamilton to be featured on PBS Documentary

WWW member Penny Hamilton will be featured in the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame Great Colorado Women documentary airing on Rocky Mountain PBS on Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 8PM MT. If you miss it, the episode will be re-broadcast on February 16th at 1:30PM MT. A 30-minute broadcast titled “Penny Hamilton – Penny theContinue reading “WWW Member Penny Hamilton to be featured on PBS Documentary”

Las Vegas Writer’s Conference

  Just a little announcement that Linda Weber, WWW member and the current president of the Henderson Writers’ Group in Nevada wanted to let all of us know about the annual Las Vegas Writers Conference, coming up in spring 2018. This year’s dates are April 19 – 21, with April 22 as an add-on MasterContinue reading “Las Vegas Writer’s Conference”

“Some Thoughts on History”

WWW member Doris McCraw has recently written about the depth of history and its quotes left to us from snippets in time, through the eyes of important people around the globe. She is willing to share with us a very well-researched list of historical quotes, some a bit unique and not very common. From ChurchillContinue reading ““Some Thoughts on History””

Member News: Bev Scott to Speak at October events in California

WWW Member Bev Scott will be speaking at Word Project Press’s 5th annual Celebration of Authors Published in 2017 and reading from her historical fiction novel Sarah’s Secret: A Tale of Betrayal and Forgiveness (Published December 2016: Word Project Press) on Saturday October 21. See and hear her between 1 – 2:30pm at the AronosContinue reading “Member News: Bev Scott to Speak at October events in California”

Member News: Linda Hasselstrom to be Speaking at South Dakota Book Festival!

Member Linda Hasselstrom will be speaking at the South Dakota Book Festival in Deadwood this week, September 21 – 24. You can see her at her writing workshop on Saturday, September 23 at 9AM with a poetry reading following at 3PM. On Sunday, September 24, she presents at 11AM on her newly released nonfiction bookContinue reading “Member News: Linda Hasselstrom to be Speaking at South Dakota Book Festival!”

Member News: C.M. Mayo wins the Gival Press Poetry Award

Congratulations to WWW member C.M. Mayo for winning the Gival Press Poetry Award forher manuscript titled METEOR. The Gival Press Poetry Award is open to poets both nationally and internationally, and results in Gival Press publishing the work itself. Watch for METEOR in 2018! C.M. Mayo’s recent previous publications include her essay “Tulpa Max or,Continue reading “Member News: C.M. Mayo wins the Gival Press Poetry Award”