A Day for Writers 2019 - Presenters and Registration form

Sylva, NC, August 24, 2019,

C. Hope Clark, Joseph Bathanti, David Joy, Karen Holmes, Carol Crawford, Pat Vestal, Katie Winkler, Meagan Lucas

9:00 - 4:30, fee includes lunch, coffee, drinks and pastries
Copy registration form and mail with check or money order to:
NCWN-West, % Glenda Beall,
PO Box 843, Hayesville, NC 28904

Register online at www.ncwriters.org before August 19.

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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

"Young at Hearts" Luncheon Meeting on November 12

From Wayne Drumheller in Brevard comes this information: 

The November 12th “Young At Hearts” luncheon meeting will feature readings by participants in the “Faith and Heritage” Book Project Writing Series at First Baptist Church.

The book series covers a wide range of interests and writing styles from conversational prose, poetry and historical memoirs. Book subjects include an active 95 year old senior who still farms and drives a tractor, a mission driven volunteer who has a pristine waterfalls in his backyard, a retired SAC Lt. Colonel who designed a model car at age 15, a former Transylvania school teacher who grew up in a Memphis hotel, a former Latin teacher who see God’s wonders in the mountain landscape and an adventurer who traveled, worked and raised her family before returning to Brevard to live on a mountain.

All are sure to delight the monthly gathering in the fellowship hall of First Baptist Church.

Reading participants are Sarah Julen, JoAnn Bryson, Will Dinkins, Molly Tartt, Marianna and Billy Clarke, Kevin Spears, Dot Brooks and Max Shepherd. Other will be invited to share and questions will be invited from those attending.

The “Faith and Heritage” First Baptist Church book project is a collection of Individual short books, 20-99 pages, written by current and former members of the First Baptist Church community. The stories are written in narrative form using notes, poetry, prose, photographs, art illustrations, ink drawings. The finished collection will a collaborative effort that is representative of one’s faith, heritage and cultural link to the church community. The “first” 10-15 books produced will become the “Faith and Heritage Book Collection” to be donated for permanent display in the church library center.

To confirm participation or for more details, contact Wayne Drumheller at email: wd2999@yahoo.com or 828-877-5133.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Congratulations, Janet Sloane Benway

 Janet Sloane Benway, a member of Netwest, won a bronze medal (third prize) for her poem, "Little Boy Blues,"in the Silver Arts contest of the Senior Games of Transylvania County. This medal is special to Janet who, after a long illness, is now well and living
at College Walk, a retirement Community in Transylvania County, North Carolina. Congratulations, Janet.

Little Boy Blues
By Janet Sloane Benway

Mommy moved to Maryland last May.
Daddy says she doesn’t love us anymore.
But, gee, when I visited Mom this summer,
she took me and my sisters to a park
and a place where they have dinosaur bones
and airplanes, and I thought it was awesome.

Daddy says we’re moving to Savannah.
He bought a house there.
He travels a lot.
He’s a Marine.
He lets me try on his jacket—with medals.
He’s been to Iraq twice.
I’m going to be a Marine when I grow up.
I’m six and a half.

Daddy says a nice lady from South America
will come to Savannah to take care of us.

Mom just bought a BMW.
I can’t wait to ride in it.
Maybe Mom will have us come at Christmas.
But Mom says she’s pretty busy
with her new job right now.

Gee, I wish Dad would come home.
He’s in India.
I’m going there someday—
maybe when I’m seven.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Nancy Purcell will teach Brevard College's Creekside creative writing program

Nancy Purcell, Netwest Transylvania County Representative, will be teaching a creative writing program for Brevard College's Creekside community education series. The program, "ABC's of Creative Writing," will begin Oct. 16 and continue every Thursday evening, from 6:30-8:30pm in the college's McLarty Building. Fee- $60.
Learn the ABC's of creative writing in an interactive setting. Designed for beginners and intermediate writers, these comprehensive basics will develop your writing skills through class exercise and craft interpretation. One-on-one critiques will be offered. Maximum enrollment: 8

For registration contact: Carol Persek, Coordinator of Community Education, Brevard College. Phone (828) 884-8251 or email: persekca@brevard.edu

Wednesday, July 2, 2008


Transylvania Writers Alliance,
Brevard, North Carolina

All meetings will be held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month 3:00PM-5:00PM

Brevard-Davidson River Presbyterian Church (Education Bldg-Parking in back)

300 E. Main Street, Brevard, NC 28712

Welcome poetry and prose materials for reading and critiques. Contact:

Wayne Drumheller
260 Frank's Coved Road
Brevard, NC 28712

Phone 704-287-9806 cell

Phone 828-877-5133 home office

Email mystory@citcom.net

Email wd2999@yahoo.com