What happens to my dues?

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On February 10, 2013, I went to my first Writers Alliance of Gainesville presentation at the Millhopper Library. I know this because, like many of you, I write a blog — actually, a couple. This is what I wrote in one on February 12, 2013. “The Writers’ Group meeting on … Read More

How Writing Saved My Life

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“Writing can save your life,” said Samantha Shad, screenwriter, attorney, teacher, in a recent presentation at a Florida Writers Association mini-conference. For her, writing became a way to deal with a serious ethical dilemma she faced in her early legal career. This thing nagged at her until she finally was … Read More

You Are Entitled

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When WAG webmaster Robin Ingle “suggested” that I, as WAG President, write one of the first blog posts, I hesitated. But then I shouted, “Okay! Okay! Okay! I’ll do it!” and promised never to say a word about the arm twisting. True to my word, I have not opened my … Read More

Welcome!

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Welcome to the new, improved website of the Writers Alliance of Gainesville! I’m so pleased that you have navigated to our site, and I want you to feel at home. A redesign of WAG’s website was Susie Baxter’s top priority when she became our new president in January 2015. “The … Read More

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