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Books Open Doors in Unexpected Ways

 Beth Crosby Rock Hill Chapter Books present new opportunities and insights. As a child I thoroughly understood this fact and…

Writing with Clabber

Writing with Clabber

By Laura P. Valtorta Columbia II Chapter www.gattafilms.com The best thing about filmmaking is the collaboration it requires. Shooting a…

The Power and Humility of Words

The Power and Humility of Words

 By Donna Stone SCWW Secretary/Chapter Liaison Long before the launch of CaringBridge, I confided in my friend the keyboard and…

Conference 2015-Style

Conference 2015-Style

    By Jim McFarlane SCWW Treasurer No five-minute walks on Myrtle Beach between conference classes in 2015. SCWW is…

Intensive Earns Exceptional Reviews

  By Beth Crosby Rock Hill Chapter   Saturday’s Writers’ Intensive in Rock Hill brought people from as far away…

When to Research and When to Revise

When to Research and When to Revise

  By Kasie Whitener Columbia II Chapter Recently, when speaking with a writer who claimed to have penned a modern…

Meet a New SCWW Board Member – Julia Rogers Hook

Meet a New SCWW Board Member – Julia Rogers Hook

 Julia Rogers Hook SCWW Vice President Julia Rogers Hook comes to Columbia, SC after almost 30 years of life in…

Tales from the Hitchcock Woods, and Other Places

By Steve Gordy Aiken Chapter Every town has its story; every place keeps its secrets. In my twenty-six years of…

Learning by Immersion

Learning by Immersion

    By Beth Crosby Rock Hill   My introduction to the South Carolina Writers’ Workshop was the Rock Hill…

Where Do We get Ideas?

Where Do We get Ideas?

By Trilby Plants SCWW President Having survived childhood, some of my favorite memories are my mother’s stories. She was the…