A closer association among the writers of the Middle West
When fifty writers formed The Society of Midland Authors on April 24, 1915, their objectives included “a closer association among the writers of the Middle West” and “the stimulation of creative literary effort.” A century later, the Midland Authors still accomplishes those goals; hosting literary events, honoring the region’s best books with annual awards, and connecting its members with a newsletter, Twitter, Facebook and other channels.
Literary License: Monthly Newsletter of the Midland Authors
Literary License is the monthly newsletter of the Midland Authors. It includes news about members, their books, and their notable recent events. It informs members about recent programs, the annual book awards, new members, and final passages. It provides columns about the Midland Authors’ history and the writing life and much more. Members receive it in the mail, but PDFs of past and current issues are available on our website.
Our Twelve State Region
Tuesday, October 8, 2019 Cocktail hour: 6-7 pm; Panel discussion: 7-8 pm Cliff...read more