Are you looking for authors from St. Louis, Missouri who have been featured in conferences or symposiums? Look no further! One Author, One Kirkwood is an annual community reading event that takes place on the first Saturday of each month and is open to the public and free of charge. It is streamed and recorded via Zoom, and links to writer's workshops and other SLWG events can be found on the events page or on the website. The workshops cover a variety of topics, from writing, publishing and marketing to industry knowledge.
Members can share their news and events and sell their books at the SLWG Book table. All the workshops that SLWG can record will be published in the workshop archive, so if you miss the monthly meeting or want to listen to them again, the workshops will be there. The Kirkwood Public Library has been serving residents of Kirkwood, Missouri, for more than 95 years. It hosted a presentation event of the Municipal Library Consortium of St. Louis Community College in which Daniel Moreschi and Constance Garcia won first place with their respective books A Glacier's Glide and On Being Ill.
If you are interested in organizing an in-person or virtual author visit, use my contact page to check my availability, rates and more specific topic options. The Novel Neighbor also hosted an event with New York Times best-selling author Debbie Rigaud in September. In twelve shocking and luminescent stories, author Morgan Talty brings to life the stories of a family and community struggling against a painful past and an uncertain future. Louis Writers Guild offers a number of resources listed for writers, including many other literary organizations that offer assistance to writers. Find the latest writer's workshop, the monthly SLWG meeting, as well as the open mic night and other special events. Read about the events on The Scribe's events blog. Louis Writers Guild believes in encouraging the authors of tomorrow.
It provides members with opportunities to share their news and events and sell their books at the SLWG Book table. All events are free and open to the public.