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Meetings have been canceled for now.
Stay safe, be well, and we hope to see you all soon!

Upcoming Critiques

Critiques will be posted as they arrive.

Send all critiques directly
to the author by December 3rd.

Blindsided Chapter 17
by Sharon Baier

Jimbo2
by Jim Wheeler

H I J Three Poems
by Arnon Hurwitz

The Early Years of My Memoirs
by Ethel Livingston

Pillars
by Charmaine Robertson


Email your story or poem to

writers@harfordwritersgroup.org

at least two weeks ahead of the meeting to be forwarded to our members for critique.

***MEMBER SPOTLIGHT***
The Secret Picture

The Secret Picture

by Karin Harrison

Exploring the passenger quarters of the Canadian cruise ship S.S. Keewatin with her parents, beautiful, free-spirited Maria Amoss leaves the group of tourists and stays behind to check out the bridal suite, where she falls asleep. She is awakened by footsteps pounding the passageway, accompanied by loud voices. The tourists, including her parents, are gone. Horror seizes Maria when she learns she has been transported back in time to 1920, and finds herself amidst a hostile takeover by a notorious, elusive band of pirates, whose theft of a valuable painting has spawned the chilling chain of events. Confused and terrified, Maria fears for her life as she embarks on a thrilling adventure where she meets the handsome Sebastian, a man of many secrets. What will become of her? Will she ever see her parents again? Or will she remain in the past with the mysterious stranger?



Announcements and Events

  • Mary Hastler, CEO of the Harford County Public Library

    Mary Hastler, CEO of the Harford County Public Library

    On November 7th, Mary Hastler, CEO of the Harford County Public Library visited with the group, sharing insight on the inner workings of the library and her vision for the future of the experience for library goers throughout the county. The conversation provided a platform for the group to ask questions about programs and services relevant to the writing community.

    Visit the Harford County Public Library for more information on the many services available in the community.



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