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Learn about member benefits and other perks. 

Review our monthly meetings' itinerary of guest speakers, critique groups, and other events.

Join us for the monthly showcase of talented authors now held on Zoom.

2024 Mar 17 Draft Flyer Regine Rayevsky

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See Lomberto Perez  on April 6th at 2:00 PM

(You can go there after our meeting ends.

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Featured Events:
 
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Join us to hear Regine's story.

The next
Authors Showcase will be available
April 20, 2024!

If you're interested in being showcased, please contact Evelyn Benson:

evelynbenson2@aol.com

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Meet Peter Schmitt

Saturday, April 6, 2024 at Pinecrest Library

10:30 to 12:30 

(but come earlier for networking and hobnobbing. )

PETER SCHMITT is the author of six books of poems, including four full-length collections: Goodbye, Apostrophe (Regal House); Renewing the Vows (David Robert Books); Hazard Duty and Country Airport (Copper Beech).  Two chapbooks, To Disappear, and Incident in an Apartment Complex: A Suite of Voices, are with Pudding House.  He is the editor of his late father’s Pan Am Ferry Tales: A World War II Aviation Memoir (McFarland).  He has received The Julia Peterkin Award (Converse College); The Lavan Award (Academy of American Poets); The “Discovery”/The Nation Prize; grants from The Florida Arts Council (twice); and an Ingram Merrill Fellowship.  His poems have appeared in many leading journals, including The Hudson Review, The Nation, The Paris Review, Poetry, and The Southern Review, are widely anthologized and have been featured on NPR’s Writers Almanac.  He has also worked as a reviewer of poetry and fiction, and a freelance editor of novels, short stories, poetry, and creative nonfiction.  He lives and teaches in his hometown of Miami, Florida, and can be reached at pschmitt@miami.edu.        

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Author's Voice: Our Monthly Newsletter

The February 2024 Author's Voice is out there. 

Follow happenings. Try the puzzle page. Welcome our new members. Do you have a  book published? Let me put it on our bookshelf, with a link to the page where it can be purchased. 

 

There is a new feature called "Browsing the Bookshelf," where I can post your short description (-100 words) of your book. 

Tune in For Authors Showcase,
A Virtual Experience!:
SFWA Members' Blog
Authors Showcase Series
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