Tahlequah Writers group to meet Nov. 15
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The next meeting of the Tahlequah Writers group is 2 p.m. on Nov. 15 at the Cherokee Arts Center at 212 S. Water St., behind the Spider Gallery.
The public is invited to hear guest speaker James McGirk talk about his freelance writing career involving TIME magazine, The Atlantic, The Daily Beast, WIRED, Chronicle of Higher Education, This Land Press, Oklahoma Today magazine and other publications.
McGirk lives in Tahlequah and teaches at Northeastern State University, University of Tulsa and Bacone College. He studied at Columbia University and lived in New York City before settling in Oklahoma with his wife Amy McGirk, a Cherokee artist. He is the author of the fast-paced, globetrotting novel “American Outlaws” available electronically at http://bit.ly/AmOutlaws
Tahlequah Writers formed to connect published and aspiring writers with information and collegial support while pursuing writing goals. The group will be actively participating in the 2015 Arts on the Avenue with a performance tent for area writers.
For more information, view the Tahlequah Writers Facebook page or call 918-207-0093.