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Norman Galaxy of Writers' Meeting, Saturday March 14 2015



10 am at University Lutheran Church, 914 Elm.

Please park in the back. Festivities will begin at 10 am. Join us and bring guests.
All meetings are free and open to the public.


Milton Smith will share some insights on photography from a writer’s point of view.

March white elephant/April poetry slam.

April is National Poetry Month. Those who wish to participate should bring one wrapped white elephant object to the March meeting and you can unwrap someone else’s object. You have one month to write a poem about it to read at the April meeting. Maximum 16 lines. Everyone reads their poem and a certificate will be awarded to the best one.

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