Monthly Archives: October 2011
We’ve got some great pieces for you to read, enjoy and choose from in our Scavenger Hunt Writing Contest! Below you’ll find four entries in the prose category and one in the poetry category (which automatically wins, so no need to vote … Continue reading
Here’s a quick video featuring the team members who participated in our annual scavenger hunt! Special thanks to Bryan and Sherie from Ghost Hunters of the South and to Liz at the Richards DAR House for her spectacular hospitality!
If you attended our second annual Scavenger Hunt this past weekend and you are a member of the Mobile Writers Guild (or become one!) you are eligible to submit a short work of fiction or poetry to win one of … Continue reading
Aw, yeah! It’s that time of year again when the weather is finally survivable and Halloween is just around the corner. And that means it’s time for the second annual Scavenger Hunt of the Mobile Writers Guild and Ghost Hunters … Continue reading
by Carrie Cox Though she writes for a wide variety of ages, Laurie Halse Anderson has made a name for herself with Young Adult books. Speak, the award-winning novel about fourteen-year-old Melinda and her struggle to overcome a horrific assault, was published … Continue reading