|National Writers Union UAW Local 1981||2||Ann Bogle||5 months ago by Ann Bogle|
|Mark Nowak on Poets' Strike||1||Ann Bogle||almost 3 years ago by Ann Bogle|
|New experimental group platform||1||Marcus Speh||3 years ago by Marcus Speh|
|Interesting and relevant link||3||Sam Rasnake||3 years ago by James Lloyd Davis|
|This will die on the vine ...||2||James Lloyd Davis||3 years ago by J. Mykell Collinz|
|What is WAG?||25||James Lloyd Davis||3 years ago by Kim Conklin Hutchinson|
|If you believe in it, tell someone||5||James Lloyd Davis||3 years ago by Ann Bogle|
I tried to repost the forum topic above at http://wag.mixxt.org without success except for the title. I read the forum topics there and signed in using my password.
https://www.nwu.org/ https://nwu.org/index.php?q=chapters Active web sites for chapters in Boston, New York, Santa Cruz, and Washington, D.C. among thirteen chapters nationwide. Twin Citie...
[I'm just starting this group - and will adjust the note content here as it progresses. - Sam Rasnake]
WAG (Writers Across Genres)
The new home -
Ann Bogle's note from a thread in Forum:
Here's what I'll ask you to do. Send an email to me at AnnBogle1@aol.com if you are interested in forming, in Stephen Hastings-King's words, "a coherent web organization for writers across genres." The name of the group will emerge, as James Lloyd Davis says, but for now we want to keep the idea intact. David Ackley has suggested WAG for Writers Across Genres. Put WAG or cwofwag in the subject line. Include your contact information -- as much as you'd like to include but minimally your first name, last name, middle name or initial if you sign by it, your email address, your city, your affiliation (in our case, Fictionaut), your website if any. You may wish to include the url for your Fictionaut profile. An entry would look like:
I'll keep a directory of these entries as they roll in.
Here's a link to the thread in Forum:
Here's a link to the original discussion thread in Forum:
[If you're interested, please contact Ann.]