Lost State Writers Guild

And we're off again after a month's vacation from Lost State Writers Guild meetings! We hope everyone is fresh and ready to write, hear some good speakers, write, share anything you think the group could use, and oh, write.
Lost State Writers Guild will meet August 2, 2018, 11:30am, at Golden Corral restaurant in Kingsport, TN.


Hugh Webb

My working title goes something like, “Choosing between the point of view of the cop or the crook in telling stories.” I started thinking about this subject during Jerry Stout’s recent lecture on homeland security. As I recall, he used the word “sovereign” to signify dangerous and suspicious behavior. This usage suggests that law ’n order is benevolent and protective in comparison. Which perspective is most likely to benefit the writer?
The Lost State Writers Guild welcomes any writer who would like to associate in some way with a group of like-minded people. Our meetings are open to visitors who might just want to check us out to see if we're a possible fit for their needs. Meetings include speakers from different walks of life, writers, editors, and a few writing workshops through the year.
Below is the link to contact us for anyone who might wish to email for more information. The email link is also on the 'About' page of this website.
Lost State Writers Guild
Billy (Bubba) Crawford, owner of Bubba's Book Swap, 331 E. Sullivan St., Kingsport, TN has been most supportive of local authors for several years. He displays books by local writers throughout his store. Email Billy Crawford, or call and thank him for all his help.