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 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.
Thanks to editor Lynda Exley, our January, 2016 issue – the first of 2016 – is here! Read about the December holiday parties and an intriguing article, “Do words, gemstones have anything in common?” by Marion E. Gold. Three APW districts are holding meetings this month so be sure to mark them on your calendar. You’ll find several APW members presenting elsewhere and many writing events to inspire you and add to your knowledge coming up this month and beyond. If you are considering participating in the 2nd Payson Book Festival, read more about it and act soon before all available author tables are gone! Information on the NFPW Communication Contest is also included.
Read the December, 2015 issue of TypeRider is here. Editor Lynda Exley has done another fine job of sharing our news! Look for information about the district holiday parties. You’ll find reports on meetings plus all sorts of writing events coming up. And, for state-only members, your application for renewal (or to join) is on the last page. Print it out and mail it and your check as instructed. NFPW/AZ members can renew online or see “Join” under the About tab for a form and instructions.
Read the June, 2015 TypeRider! Read all about the upcoming Payson Book Festival to held in the cool pines on July 25. APW has eight members being recognized by NFPW for longevity. NFPW recognizes members celebrating membership anniversaries in five-year increments, beginning with 10 years. Read news about our members, a recap from the last Colorado River District meeting and a calendar of events loaded with book and writing events. If you haven’t registered for the NFPW convention in Anchorage, a registration form is attached.
Start the New Year off right by reading the January 2015 APW TypeRider! See lots of photos of fellow members enjoying holiday get togethers. Read about the newest district of APW and the rules for the 2015 Communications Contest. APW will be having its own contest again, rather than participate in the at-large contest. In this issue you can also meet Jodi Weisberg and find out about writing events coming up this spring.
Be sure to check out the September, 2014 TypeRider. Find out what happens to your copyrights after you pass away. Is printing a copyright notice enough or is it necessary to file it with the U.S. Copyright Office? Meet member Kathleen Kelly plus find out about the writing classes and events coming up in Arizona.
The January 2014 issue of the TypeRider is now available. Go to the newsletter page and then click on January 2014. This issue gives an explanation by Brenda Warneka on how to enter the 2014 Communications Contest. Warneka also writes about a copyright-infringement lawsuit brought against Stephen King and the outcome. Read all about the holiday parties and print off a list of coming events. There’s a lot going on! (See pages 8 and 9.) And, there’s more!
This is another packed issue of TypeRider. Click on the link to read: August_2013_APW_NEWSLETTER
Inside, read all about the upcoming NFPW Conference to be held Aug. 21 through 24 at the Marriott City Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. The tentative agenda of speakers is listed – it’s quite a line up. Brenda Warenka gives us the lowdown on the Apple conspiracy to fix eBook prices in her “Writing and the Law” column. Brenda also tells us more about APW member Arlene Sadev Uslander, a very prolific writer. You won’t want to miss all the writing events coming up. There is a smorgasbord to choose from. And see what members Patricia Myers and Jaimie Hall Bruzenak have been up to.
The deadline for the September issue is August 21. Send submissions, photos and art to Lynda Exley at firstname.lastname@example.org.