What We’re Reading Now:

Becka Oliver, Executive Director   Big Wonderful Thing: A History of Texas by Stephen Harrigan University of Texas Press October 1, 2019 I can remember moderating a panel discussion at the LBJ National Historical Park featuring Stephen Harrigan during which he talked about his then current project, a comprehensive history of

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Meet the Members: JoDee Neathery

“Writers’ League gives authors the ability to grow as artists and individuals…” — JoDee Neathery A member of the Writers’ League since 2016, JoDee currently lives in Mabank, Texas.  Scribe: In what genre(s) do you write? JoDee Neathery: Literary Fiction Scribe: What author would you most like to have a

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Michael Noll, Program Director   Coyote Songs by Gabino Iglesias Broken River Books October 31, 2018 A couple of years ago, I was talking with the famous East Texas crime novelist Joe Lansdale about genre and the way it sticks to writers. He has always avoided being pigeonholed and told me,

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Meet the Members: Joanne Easley

“I have attended several Texas Writes sessions and each time have come away feeling inspired and ready to write. ” — Joanne Easley   A member of the Writers’ League since January, Joanne currently lives in Medina.  Scribe: In what genre(s) do you write? Joanne Easley: Accessible Literary Fiction.  Scribe: What author

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Becka Oliver, Executive Director   This Is My Body by Cameron Dezen Hammon Lookout Books October 27, 2019 This Is My Body is an honest and compelling memoir, an exploration of the author’s evolving faith coupled with a candid look at her marriage as she and her husband find themselves growing apart.

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Meet the Members: Ed Fischer

“The WLT has great online classes, informative newsletters and support/coaching for new writers.” — Ed Fischer  A member of the Writers’ League since October, Ed has lived most of his life in the state of confusion. He currently lives in Dallas.  Scribe: In what genre(s) do you write? Ed Fischer:

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What We’re Reading Now:

Michael Noll, Program Director   Ain’t Nobody Nobody by Heather Harper Ellett Polis Books September 24, 2019 As someone who grew up on a farm outside a small town, I can be awfully critical of novels set in such places. So many of them miss what I feel to be essential

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Meet the Members: C.M. Mayo

“It’s very encouraging that there are so many writers in Texas, and so many opportunities to learn from one another.” — C.M. Mayo A member of the Writers’ League since September, C.M. is between a lot of places right now but her forwarding service is in Wichita Falls, TX. Scribe:

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Meet the Members: George Arnold

“[I’ve learned] there exists a small universe of wacky, driven, and skilled individuals who, against all odds, manage to write books and get them published.” — George Arnold  A member of the Writers’ League for 17 years, George lives in Garland, TX. Scribe: In what genre(s) do you write? George

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Meet the Members: Cliff Hamrick

“One of the things I would like to do is help writers with conceptualizing their characters, particularly those with mental health issues, in a way that is realistic.” — Cliff Hamrick  A member of the Writers’ League since September, Cliff lives in Austin, TX. Scribe: In what genre(s) do you

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