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Chromium-6 in the water in Joshua Tree, California

July 3, 2015

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So a dear friend posts the following on FaceBook: Make sure you read the insert on Chromium 6/Hexavalent chromium in your Joshua Basin Water District water bill this month. I can’t find it on their website as of yet, but where Erin Brockovich when she’s needed? (Shared with permission per the note from the water district.) […]

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April at Tate Street Coffee House | Richard Krawiec & Crystal Simone Smith

April 3, 2015

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Today’s the official book launch for Richard Krawiec’s Women Who Loved Me Despite (Press 53), and next Saturday April 11, Women Writers of the Triad is thrilled to host Richard‘s reading over at Tate Street Coffee House (7:00-9:00p.m.) along with Crystal Simone Smith. Bios and poetry will be posted over on the event page– please make plans to join us for a wonderful reading. If […]

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Writers’ Workshop: Chapbook 101 | Putting Your Manuscript Together

December 18, 2014

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SOLD OUT This January, spend a Saturday afternoon working on your chapbook or collection of poems, essays, or short stories with Richard Krawiec, Danny Krawiec, and Melissa Hassard of Jacar Press and Sable Books.

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2013/2014 WWOT Events Calendar & Readings

July 19, 2014

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What has Al Maginnes, Jim Clark, Richard Krawiec, Howard Lemuel Craft, Celisa Steele, Sarah Lindsay, Anna Weaver, Benjamin Molini, Crystal Simone Smith, Terri Kirby Erickson, Helen Losse, and more? The fall/spring season of readings at Tate Street Coffee House. To say we’re excited is an understatement. Mark your calendars and get ready to join us,…

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Women Writers of the Triad Hosts Poets and Open Mic with Tate Street Coffee

August 30, 2013

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GET THIS ON YOUR CALENDAR! Second Saturday, September 14th, at Tate Street Coffee House, at 7:00pm. Featured poets are Ann Deagon and Michael Gaspeny. This is going to be WONDERFUL. Michael Gaspeny won the 2012 Randall Jarrell Prize for “Shore Drive.” His latest chapbook Vocation is available from Main Street Rag. Ann Deagon‘s work includes […]

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COMING SOON Greensboro – Save the Date | Keith Flynn

April 27, 2013

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Saturday, June 1, 7:00pm, Keith Flynn joins us here in Greensboro to read from his latest collection, Colony Collapse Disorder, with an open mic to follow. Tate Street Coffeehouse. Sunday, June 2, at 2:00-5:00pm, Inspiration Station, a creative writing workshop with Keith at the Kathleen Clay Edwards Branch of the Greensboro Public Library. Cost: $25  REGISTRATION HERE. Keith […]

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Writing for Peace | writingforpeace.org

March 26, 2013

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If you’re not familiar with Writing for Peace, please take a moment and peruse the website of this wonderful organization.  They are a group of extremely talented writers, From their website: Writing for Peace is a nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating empathy through education and creative writing in order to develop a foundation of compassion on which […]

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5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Content for SEO

March 22, 2013

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Improve your website’s traffic and establish your expertise. Editing your content/blog for SEO means thinking in terms of how you want your clients and potential clients to find you.  It’s a matter of asking the right questions and making sure you answer them. 1.  Include whole phrases and questions that your clients or potential clients […]

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Content and Blogging for Business

March 14, 2013

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The word “blog” seems to still conjure up, in some, images of family vacations or meals on the table.  It’s a dated term. But content writing/blogging for business has never been more important.  Because of the way SEO works, Google, Bing and Yahoo all rank sites according to the content on your site.  And now, […]

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FREE Data Management and Security & Version Control Workshop for Writers

March 4, 2013

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Free and open to the public!  Also available to attend virtually online. Picture this: You return to your desk at home ready for a productive writing session only to discover that your drink has been knocked over onto your computer by a  culprit whose shadow is disappearing around a corner — and now a month’s […]

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