Alaska Writers Guild 
  Supporting Alaska's Writers





Writing in Wedlock, the Love & Marriage of Co-Authorship


with Co-Authors Michael Miller & AdriAnne Strickland

Wednesday, October 21

7:00pm - 8:30pm

Barnes & Noble, Anchorage

Michael Miller and AdriAnne Strickland met in their hometown of Palmer, Alaska. While they're not actually married, they agreed on books 99% of the time, and thus decided to write together. They grew up on Lord of the Rings, Russian folk tales, the Ender Quartet, the Little House on the Prairie books, and The X-Files. Michael grew up off the grid in a homestead in Alaska and ironically now works very much on the grid in IT and Web development. AdriAnne grew up in Nevada and now spends her summers as a commercial fisherwoman in Bristol Bay, Alaska, and the rest of her year writing. Their first book together, SHADOW RUN releases in hardback and ebook sometime fall 2016 from Delacorte Press/Penguin Random House.  


Purpose of the Guild


Alaska Writers Guild is an organization supporting published and unpublished writers in Alaska. If you have written, are writing, or are thinking of writing, you want to be a part of this dynamic group, which meets monthly for fun, fellowship, and programs of interest to writers at all skill levels. Alaska Writers Guild is designed to educate and inform beginning, intermediate and published writers. Members gain information and skills in which they may form a plan of action and a system of working with editors, agents, public relations people, printers, publishers, bookstores, and marketing people. And frequently, by listening to authors who have done it. The people in the writing industry offer valuable information and contacts in the monthly meetings and workshops.




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