Eerie tale of a village in the aftermath of some catastrophe – if it happened.
Short stories of middle America and the characters straddling the line between good and evil, love and hate, success and failure.
Suspense-filled story of the disappearance of a young art student and her sister's desperate and determined attempt to find her.
The debut of the KWBU 15th Anniversary Poster was a great success. Many friends came out Thursday, May 7th to Lula Jane's for the reception.
Our thanks to Nancy Grayson and her staff for hosting the event and to all of our donors who helped make the evening so wonderful.
Talmage Minter, artist of “St. Francis on the Brazos” was in house to sign copies of the poster.
If you were unable to attend but would like a copy of the poster, contact Loretta Howard.
An impressive and eclectic collection of writings by women round out the first annual Women Writers Month on Likely Stories