Wells Gray Writers Circle’s Collected Works is a sell out

"Wells Gray Writers Circle 2014 Collected Works" was a sell out.

  • Dec. 30, 2015 5:00 a.m.

Members of Wells Gray Country Writers Circle (back

“Wells Gray Writers Circle 2014 Collected Works” was a sell out. Building on that success, circle’s fourth book has gone to press. Watch for the launch of the circle’s new book in 2016.

The writers pictured above, Noelle McCorriston, Sandra Holmes, Kay Knox, Valerie Luger, Doug Leighton and Norma Watt, all contributed to the latest book.

Other contributing artists and authors to the 2015 collected works and not in the photo were Irene Gouchie, Barbara Ferguson, Fran McRae and Pattie Woods.

Lynne Frizzle compiled, edited and managed the publication of the book.

Thompson-Nicola Regional District’s Clearwater Library contributed by providing the Writers Circle with a comfortable space in which to meet.

Wells Gray Community Forest granted money to publish Collected Works 2014. The successful sale of those books provided the circle with the funds to send its current book to the publishers.

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