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Benefits of Membership
Learn more about the perks of joining the CWG here.
Membership is $30 per year ($15 per year for students), due in September.
Joint membership in the CWG and Knoxville Writers' Guild is $40.
Dues can be paid at the annual meeting, mailed, or purchased with a credit card online.
Or send a check to:
Chattanooga Writers' Guild
2288 Gunbarrel Rd.
Chattanooga, TN 37421
Members - please let us know when you have writing successes so that we can share your good news!
Finn Bille's storytelliing CD: Marzipan: Stories with Music, with Finn telling original stories and Rick Davis playing the hammered dulcimer is available for free, if you buy Finn's book, Fire Poems at Starline Books on Market street across from the ChooChoo. This CD includes two of his stories from Finn's Danish childhood plus his imaginative story about writing, "Recycled Poetry." When you buy Fire Poems, Finn will donate one dollar to the Red Cross to help house fire victims.
Congratulations to Gene Hodge who just had his first poem published in Eretz Songs!
Exciting news! Marsha Mathews’ most recent chapbook, Growing Up with Pigtails, has been nominated for a 1017 GAYA Award (Georgia Author of the Year), young adult division. Marsha has poems in the current 3 Elements Review, Potomac Review, and in 2016 anthologies, Circe’s Lament and Literature Today: An International Journal of Contemporary Literature.
Marsha’s books are available at Star Line Books, Chattanooga, Dogwood
Books, Rome, GA, and at amazon.com.
KB Ballentine won the Libba Moore Gray Award For Poetry in the 2016 KWG Writing Contest with her poem "Permanence has Nothing to Do with Love." This poem was also accepted by the Haight-Ashbury Journal in San Francisco, CA.
John C. Mannone has had several publication successes recently:
"Stellar Quake," is appearing in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine has one of his Waffle House Poems, "Old Men," now live here.
Gyroscope Review has his poem, "Dignity of Sleep," in the special Honor Section on page 21.
As a frequent contributor of GoodNews Christian Magazine, he is fortunate to have a seasonally appropriate nonfiction article published, "Commercialization Of Christmas: It Might Not Be A Bad Thing After All" (page 46 of the October Issue)
And forthcoming in Open Earth II-Ecopoetry (edited by Susann Moeller, Pudding Magazine Publications, 2016) are 5 poems: "Wild River" (about the Kingston sludge accident), "Resurrection" (about Appalachia), "The Resculpting" (about global warming), "Ichor" (about lake pollution) and "War of the Worlds" (about light pollution).
2016 CWG Spring Writing Contest