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This site was last updated on March 29, 2014


Welcome to the Klamath Writers' Guild website.  Although our site continues to evolve the links to the left are active.  Be sure to check our Calendar for the latest on our 2013 meeting schedule!  Select The Guild to find out about our group, how to become a member or what meetings you can attend as a guest.  When you attend a meeting here is what you'll discover.

Members of the Guild consist of published and unpublished writers who support each other in the craft of writing.  Individuals who are just exploring their desire to write will find guidance and experienced writers will receive the honest critique we all want before sending off our work to an agent or publisher.  This diverse group includes novelists, screenwriters, poets, song writers, journalist, and editors.  From short stories to epic novels the meetings provide opportunities for all genres.  Attend a meeting and you could hear everything from poetry or a musician offering his latest song, to young adult novels, science fiction, fantasy, or real life stories just to name a few of the works being presented for critique at the time of this posting.


Open Meeting Dates for April are the 7th, and 21st.  See our Calendar link to the left for location and time.



Rev. Bob Adams, KWG member and friend, died on March 12, 2014 at the age of 82 but he’ll always be remembered for his kind words and grateful heart.  To find out more about this wonderful man visit:  http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/HeraldAndNews/obituary.aspx?n=Robert-Adams&pid=170232427


           The Gift

In the midst of an occupied Land

And in the humblest of shelters,

God visited his people, silently, faithfully


In this season of commercial cacophony

As a madcap rushing fills our hours,

Quietly a man and a woman travel to their tribal home.


Their mission, amid a roiling census, is directly focused,

To a place, for an event, within their roots.

Go register your name, fulfill your destiny, come home. 


Life is not relative, no, it is relatives.

And, even for those estranged, God provides one.

Who can deny a newborn child, the gift of God?


Have we not known moments of joy,

When the darkness was dispelled by a single light?

Did we, then, give thanks to the spirit of Love?


He came, now comes and promises forever

To melt the hearts of stone, or ice or pain.

Companion for the traveler, lover to the lost.


Angels appear in the midst of chaos,

God intervenes when hope is gone,

A child often turns self into selfless

Thus, once again. . .for unto us a child is born

A child. . .of God.

                                       Ft. Bob Adams, 2007


Rev. Martha Hurlburt, assisted by local clergy, will celebrate Bob's homecoming service of thanksgiving in St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Saturday, March 22, 2014, at 1 p.m. with a reception following. Interment with military honors will be at 4 p.m. at Mt. Calvary Catholic Cemetery.



Klamath Writers’ Guild Call for Submissions

Klamath Writers' Guild is requesting submissions for publication.  Authors of the stories selected for the book will be paid $25, for each story accepted.  Authors will be notified within 30 days if their story is being considered for publication.  Stories included in the collection will be announced by April 30, 2014.  The Klamath Writers’ Guild will be granted limited rights, which allows publication in an eBook along with printed copies for our library and book signing/sales. All proceeds from the eBook and printed copies will be placed in a fund for future books.  One year after publication, limited rights will return to the Author.   If you are not a dues paying member of the Guild, there is a one time reading fee of $10. 

For Guideline information see our link to the left or click here:  http://www.klamathwritersguild.org/submission_guidelines.html