SouthWest Writers offers avenues to publication for its members through its books, newsletters, and Professional Directory.
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The SouthWest Sage is our award-winning newsletter featuring articles and stories by our members plus information on upcoming SWW events.
- A Diversity of Expression (2022) is SouthWest Writers’ newest contest anthology. Thirteen categories of prose, poetry, fiction, and non-fiction as well as art and photography grace this delightful anthology of winning entries.
- Ramblings & Reflections is SWW’s 2021 anthology of award-winning stories. The publication contains 45 winners of 58 awards in the competition’s 20 categories.
- Seeing the World in 20/20. The anthology contains first- through third-place winning entries from our 2020 contest covering categories in prose and poetry: Biography/Memoir, Humor, Social Consciousness, Romance, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Mystery, Animals, Philosophy, Historical Fiction, and more.
- 2019 Contest Winners Anthology. Our 2019 Short Prose and Poetry Contest focused on poetry, non-fiction essays, and genre-driven prose of up to 3,500 words. This anthology is filled with (nearly all) the first-, second-, and third-place winning entries from the contest.
- KiMo Theatre: Fact & Folklore, presented by SouthWest Writers and writer/editor Jacqueline Murray Loring, is a collection of newly-told stories, articles, memoirs, insights, opinions, never-before-heard remembrances, and researched facts about the KiMo Theatre as a performing arts theatre and a movie palace.
- SouthWest Writers Sage Anthology is filled with the best stories, articles, and poems published in the SouthWest Sage Newsletter from 2016 to 2018.
- Storyteller’s Anthology, published in 2014, features stories and poetry by SWW members. Discover how a disaster lead to the creation and publication of SWW’s first anthology.
Our Professional Directory includes the names and contact information of members who can assist others, including members of the public, with issues related to the art and business of writing.