EMRYS and THE POETRY SOCIETY OF SC present a Poetry Craft Seminar with Phebe Davidson, Saturday, March 22, 2014, from 10:00 am – 12:00 noon at the Sears Shelter in McPherson Park. Details here—Reservation required….
Hub City begins its second year of Youth Writing Camps! Because last year’s camps were so successful they added an extra session this year, so your child can find the perfect group to fit his or her writing level. The camps are a fun, five-day immersion in creative and professional writing led by a talented team of published and award-winning writers. Students will be able to explore their passions for self-expression in a variety of genres, while developing creativity and confidence. Learn more here…
Ruminate Magazine has nominated Emrys Journal editor, Lindsey DeLoach Jones, for her essay “Fall in Love, Lourdemie”, published in Issue 28, Not Forgotten, and runner up in the 2013 VanderMey Nonfiction Prize.
Current Emrys president, Anna Katherine Freeland, and past-president, Carol Gallagher, are two of the most involved and energetic individuals of the women and men on the Emrys board. An article in the January 2014 issue of Fête Magazine gives just a sample of their many activities.
Native South Carolinian, William Woodson, has published his debut novel, Waccamaw Gold. His novel can be purchased at Fiction Addiction
In February, Main Street Rag has published Breaking Commandments, Terresa Haskew‘s poetry chapbook. This collection of 25 poems includes “Ursa Major,” winner of the Emrys 2013 Nancy Dew Taylor First Prize for Poetry. To read more and purchase her book, visit Terresa’s author page.