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2017 Something New: OWFI Conference!

    Worn out from last weekend’s OWFI conference, I spent the week recovering.  I’ve made so many friends over the last few years as a member of OWFI and rubbed up against so much talent, I am often in awe.  … Continue reading

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2017 Something New: Pulp Fiction

    I’ve been in a pulp fiction kind of mood lately.  I’ve been re-reading Legends of New Pulp Fiction published by Airship 27 and looking at all the great writing styles.  I can’t wait to see the New King Kong … Continue reading

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2017 Something New: A Day of Writing

    In an intimate setting on the second floor of the Enid Public Library the coffee brewed and snacks called our name – but we were writing. The Enid Writers Club, Enid Public Library, and Enid Arts Council made possible … Continue reading

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A Day of Writing

Originally posted on Reverse Perspective:
I’m off to an event, A Day of Writing.  What an idea! Presentations are available but the core of the event is just writing together, making time for our art, and supporting each other.  I…

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2017 Something New: Easter Lilies and the World

    It’s Easter, a time of resurrection brought to the world each year in the spring – another time of resurrection. Whether you’re Christian or not, everyone enjoys spring and the resurgence of nature.  My iris are blooming and the … Continue reading

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2017 Something New: Viking Fest

    I skipped the Heavener Runestone Viking and Celtic Festival this spring.  And I’m going through some withdrawal symptoms. Mostly I miss the people – they’ve become family. The first time I traveled to the Heavener Runestone Park, we were … Continue reading

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2017 Something New: CASA

    The Garfield County Child Advocacy Center has a great way to help abused and neglected children.  Adopt a child!  Well, not really but you can adopt one of several for only $25.00 each and dress them.  They are then … Continue reading

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