I told you last week that my writing club will soon be celebrating 100 years of writing. And we’re doing a few things leading up to that day.
In honor of this occasion, we just published our second anthology: Prose Colored Glasses, It’s available on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BCZNGYJR/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3AB5AEM3124AL&keywords=Prose+Colored+Glasses+book+Enid+Writers+Club&qid=1662258709&sprefix=prose+colored+glasses+book+enid+writers+club%2Caps%2C114&sr=8-1 .
The Enid Writers Club will be one hundred years old in January of 2023. The club was founded on the Phillips University campus by University Professor Roy J. Wolfinger. There have been many changes in one hundred years and now the club is more than just college students from Professor Wolfinger’s classes. Our group encompasses all age groups, skill levels, and genres. We aim to share our passion for writing and learn more about its aspects. We hope to continue for the next one hundred years helping writers become better writers.
The Enid Writers Club was one of two clubs that created the Oklahoma Writers’ Federation, Inc. more than 50 years ago and we are still an affiliate of that group. OWFI has a conference annually in Oklahoma City and invites writers, publishers, editors, and agents from around the country to present programs to potential writers of all age groups. Many participants have become published authors because of this annual weekend.
To help celebrate this occasion, we have put together this anthology of some of our work. We work diligently to create and help each other produce the best work we can. The tremendous raw talent that encompasses the club is polished with the help of other members. Please enjoy this labor of love and help us celebrate one hundred years together while looking through Prose Colored Glasses.
Sixteen of my favorite authors came together to bring you some of their best works. Check it out and curl up with a good book.
What are you reading/writing this week?