Bacopa Literary Review is Flourishing

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If you’ve wondered about the name of WAG’s literary journal, the Bacopa is a genus of aquatic plants, annuals and perennials that grow worldwide in tropical/sub-tropical areas, including north central Florida. Some have stems low to the ground; others grow tall; blossom colors range from white to blue or even … Read More

Achieving Our Goals

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The Writers Alliance of Gainesville has grown from a handful of people to an alliance of more than 160 members. WAG was founded in early 2009 after Wendy Thornton and the late Kal Rosenberg put their heads together and decided Gainesville needed an organization of writers who would promote, encourage, … Read More

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

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

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