Writers on the Avenue is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting writers and the literary arts in and around Muscatine, Iowa.
MWC Press seeks contributions to a literary anthology titled These Interesting Times: Surviving 2020 in the QC. What did you survive in 2020? What disasters—personal, communal, national, global—can you bear witness to? Sure, 2020 brought us the COVID-19 pandemic, a derecho and flooding, massive public protests along with economic insecurity, and a bitterly contentious election.Continue reading “Seeking contributors!”
For some of us, November means NaNoWriMo (write a novel in a month). For others, it means watching the days get shorter, darker, and colder, and fighting the urge to hibernate. (Or maybe giving in, just a little bit, but not too much.) For you, friends of WOTA, I propose a November challenge that willContinue reading “Rekindling Creativity Challenge”
Time to dust off your Halloween decorations and your creativity caps, writers. WOTA is hoping to recharge you this month with some fresh sources of inspiration. October Meetings WOTA in the Afternoon will start the month with a bang on Thursday, October 1. Look for the October newsletter in your inbox for the Zoom linkContinue reading “October Occupations”
A collection of poems, stories, and essays celebrating the thirty years that Writers on the Avenue has been supporting the literary arts and local writers in and around Muscatine, Iowa. With contributions from founding members, long-time and returning members, and recent members who have given the group new life, this is an inspiring anthology that captures the breadth of talent of our region. Buy your copy now!
An anthology of poetry that reflects on the flavor and rhythms of life in the Great Bend of the Mississippi River. Available in print or ebook
An anthology of stories, essays, poems, and art designed to inspire and uplift. Available in print or ebook
Writers from Eastern Iowa celebrate food and family, reflect on holidays past, and explore what the winter season means to them in this collection of original stories, essays, and poems. Available in print or ebook