Editor Lynda Exley’s last issue – the April 2017 TypeRider is here. Find news about upcoming events including Rim Country’s April 19 meeting. Betty Webb talks about writer’s block in her column. And check the calendar for the many events coming up this month.
We are looking for a new editor. We appreciate all of Lynda’s hard work in producing an award-winning newsletter each month.
The March 2017 TypeRider is now available! Find out more about Patricia Myers who recently passed away with stories about the many facets of her writing life and photos of her wearing her wonderful hats. Betty Webb has a humorous account of one of her book tours, “Writer Abandoned at Truck Stop” and Glennis McNeal writes of turning her family story into a compelling memoir in “Kicking the journalism habit.” Plus find out more about the national NFPW convention and upcoming events.
The January 2017 TypeRider is here. Registration is now open for the third Payson Book Festival. Read reports of recent meetings of the Colorado River and Rim Country District Chapters. Betty Webb, in her column, asks “What is a real writer?” See if you measure up! You’ll also find information on the 2017 NFPW convention in Alabama plus many other upcoming writing events.
Get a wonderful recap, complete with many photos, of the Payson Book Festival held July 23 at Gila Community College in Payson, AZ in the August, 2016 issue of TypeRider. Patricia Myers shares her Paris 2016 Journal. Betty Webb tells the how she got her idea for Llama of Death. It’s quite humorous! Plus lots of writing-relating activities that are coming up are listed in the Calendar. Take a peek!
The July 2016 TypeRider is now available. Just click on the link. Inside you’ll find information about the upcoming APW State Convention to be held October 15. Find out more about the Payson Book Festival to be held July 23 at Gila Community College in Payson. Betty Webb continues her series of articles with “Pay attention to the world around you” and Liz Mastin helps poets with “The joy of prosody: Saving a bad poem?” There are writing events for every genre. Check them out! Plus so much more.
Take a look at another information-packed issue of the TypeRider. The June 2016 issue is available. Our districts have been active – read their reports. Betty Webb offers us a column titled “Method acting works great for writers.” Skirting Traditions is now available in ebook format. And find out more about the NFPW convention coming up in Kansas City, the Payson Book Festival plus loads of writing events.