Twenty-five years ago, a bike accident in New York put Wendy Taylor Carlisle’s son in intensive care, causing her to decamp from her home in Texarkana to be at his side, there, as she told me, to will him to live.
Nearly 50 years ago, Moshe Newmark, recently out of the University of Miami’s mass communications program, began a World Brotherhood Peace tour of the world.
Shawn James will take a solo bluesy turn Tuesday, Jan. 26, at Nightbird Books on Fayetteville’s Dickson Street, the month’s featured wordsmith of the Ozark Poets & Writers Collective.
Michael Heffernan, much-honored poet and professor of English at the University of Arkansas, will be the featured writer at the monthly meeting of the Ozark Poets and Writers Collective.
Carol “Kelly” Holst is a letter writer. (For millennials out there in the audience, a “letter” is like an email, except it’s written on paper, and physically transported from here to there by a governmental agency known as the ” United States Postal Service.”)
Steve Yates knows how to write a metaphor.
Ronnie K. Stephens will be the featured writer at the monthly meeting of the Ozarks Poets and Writers Collective, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 24.
The multitalented Benjamin Del Shreve will be the Featured Writer at the next monthly session of the Ozarks Poets and Writers Collective. 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 25 at Nightbird Books on Dickson Street in Fayetteville.
When Richard Massey, an editor at the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal, wrote his first novel, “Equals and Allies,” he set the action in the present day, and in the mundane environs of Columbus, Ohio.
Pamela Sue Hitchcock is dedicated to poetry. Not to her own poems in particular.