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The Scribe April 2016

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39 pages22 minutes

Summary

For more than a decade, The Scribe has been the mainstay for communicating with members of the St. Louis Writers Guild. It began as a way to showcase the organization and share insights into the publishing world. Back issues give a wonderful record of the Guild.

The Scribe is now available to everyone, not just members. It features stories, poems, and essays from our members, as well as information about our events, most of which are open to the public.

The April 2016 edition features a historical look at "Deane Wagner: The Woman Behind the Contest" by Brad R. Cook, a report by Melanie Koleini on the Guild's April 2nd workshop presented by Emily Hall of Main Street Books, an interview with "Ted Mathys on Poetry" by Lauren Miller and an essay entitled "9 O'Clock" by Ryan Freeman.

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