meetings, events, scholarship opportunities, and poems. and daffodils.
WOTA is pleased once again to provide scholarships to those interested in attending this year’s Creative Writing Camp, held June 7 – 9 at Langwood Education Center in Grandview, IA, and hosted by the Society of Great River Poets. Creative Writing Camp is designed to give adults 18 or older a stimulating, instructive weekend inContinue reading “Scholarships Available for Creativity Camp”
March meeting info and other exciting news
Join a free six-week writing workshop on spiritual memoir hosted by WOTA and Trinity Episcopal Church.
Come hear WOTA members share their work at Bettendorf Public Library on 2/13 at 7:00 pm
Happy new year, writers! There are two opportunities to meet up this January: WOTA in the afternoon will meet on Thursday, January 3 from 1 to 3 pm in room 201 of Musser Public Library. Bring a pen, bring a friend, bring a short work to share. We’ll have our monthly evening meeting on Tuesday,Continue reading “January meetings”
To spread holiday cheer, WOTA is offering the Kindle version of our recent anthologies for FREE this December. Get your copy of Winter Holidays in the City of Pearls between 12/6 and 12/10: https://www.amazon.com/Winter-Holidays-City-Pearls-Stories-ebook/dp/B01MSOOFG2/. These twelve poems, stories, and short essays celebrate food and family, reflect on holidays past, and explore the meaning of theContinue reading “Warm your heart with some free books!”
WOTA in the afternoon 12/6 Join us on December 6 for WOTA in the afternoon! We’ll meet from 1 to 3 pm in room 201 of the Musser Public Library in Muscatine. Bring a short work to share & be prepared to talk writing. Holiday stroll 12/7 Then stop by the WOTA table during downtownContinue reading “December Events”
Sunlight from the windows fell upon Jack as he sat in front of the corner store. Settling dust danced as gold flecks, as he waited for something magical to occur. A bell jingled, and the door opened, letting in a breeze. He let two ladies pass him. He nodded at them as their two stoopedContinue reading ““The Director:” A Short Story by Mike Bayles”