Writers’ Circle to launch new book

“Wells Gray Writers’ Circle Collected Works 2015”is an exciting collection of short stories, poetry and art work

Members of Wells Gray Writers' Circle hold copies of their newly published book. Pictured are (back

Sandra Holmes

Wells Gray Writer’s Circle is proud to announce the launch of its new book. You are invited to join the authors and artists who contributed to the creation of “Wells Gray Writers’ Circle Collected Works 2015,” on Thursday, March 17, 1:30 – 3:30 at Clearwater Public Library to celebrate this event. Books will be for sale for $20.

“Wells Gray Writers’ Circle Collected Works 2015”is an exciting collection of short stories, poetry and art work. Some writing contains adult content. “Turning Points” is the main theme of this book. A diverse array of stories has been created by various authors around this topic.

This is the Writers’ Circle’s fourth publication. The members are grateful to Wells Gray Community Forest for granting the funds to upgrade the publishing of last year’s book. All proceeds from the sale of the2014 publication have been reinvested into the publication of the 2015 book.


Authors and artists will be present to sign your new book.



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