About

A writers support and social club, Enid Writers meets the first Thursday of each month during the school year at Northwest Oklahoma State University. We hold informal critique sessions in private homes all year long. All area writers are welcome. You do not have to join to attend your first meeting.

History
Enid Writers Club is the oldest writing club in Oklahoma. Founded January 6, 1923 by Phillips University Professor Roy J. Wolfinger, Enid Writers Club is an affiliated member of Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc.

We tend to do a special event each year, most recently our writers conference, The Story, at Northern Oklahoma College in 2014 and Summer Wine, a Harvest of Words at the Enid Symphony.

affiliated member of Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc. Enid Writers Club is the oldest writing club in Oklahoma. Founded January 6, 1923 by Phillips University Professor Roy J. Wolfinger.

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  1. I’ve missed a couple (or more) meetings and would like to attend the March meeting which I assume will be on the 2nd (first Tuesday), but what is the writing prompt?

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  2. I am not sure I will be able to make the event you guys are hosting tomorrow, though it does sound quite appealing. But I am interested if there are weekly or monthly meetings I can attend to start working on my writing. Please, let me know. Thank you, Julian.

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  3. When do regular meetings start up again? I contacted you earlier in the year, then my schedule went haywire and wanting to go to this fell to the wayside.

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  4. No problem. We each create a short writing for the meeting on a theme. This month’s theme is “On a Roll.” Interpret it any way you choose.

    You do not have to write one to come to a meeting, they are just fun to write and share.

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