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Arizona writer to talk of a lifetime of writing

Arizona writer Wilma Gore is the guest speaker at Wednesday’s meeting of Sierra Writers at the library. She will give a talk titled “A Lifetime Of Writing For Love, Fun & Profit.”

Gore has published hundreds of travel articles, essays, profiles and short stories, as well as 19 children’s books. Her book “Just Pencil Me In – Your Guide to Moving & Getting Settled After 60” (she has moved 20 times in 40 years) was published in 2002, and the humorous “Something’s Leaking Upstairs” a year ago. Gore is represented by an agent.

The presentation begins at 7 p.m. after the business meeting. The community room of the Madelyn Helling Library is located at 980 Helling Way (next to the Rood Administration Center off of Route 49).



For information regarding Sierra Writers, which meets the second Wednesday of the month, go online at http://www.sierrawriters.org or call Chuck Jaffee at 265-2982.

Willma Gore grew up on a ranch in Owens Valley, California, at the foot of the High Sierra. Her first major article was published at age 20″an account of a 300-mile bicycle trip with her college girlfriend. Since then, she has published hundreds of travel articles, essays, profiles and short stories, as well as 19 children’s books. An adult how-to, Just Pencil Me In”Your Guide to Moving & Getting Settled After 60 (based on Gore’s 20 moves in 40 years)–was released by Quill Driver Books, in 2002. Willma’s humorous novel, Something’s Leaking Upstairs, was published by PublishAmerica in May 2005. The good reception of this novel has earned the attention of an agent for her second novel, House Calls, with the same setting and characters.




Gore currently resides in Sedona, Arizona where she is an active member of the Society of Southwestern Authors. She leads writer workshops and teaches classes on “Writing For Fun Or Profit.” Her “Sassy Seniors” humor column appears monthly in The Villager.


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