Our (Shuswap) Lake of Talents!
Our pool of talents from across the Shuswap includes writers, authors and poets - published and unpublished, famous and infamous, esteemed and not so esteemed.
EXECUTIVE 2018- 2019
President - Carol Mikkelsen -We are taking turns co-chairing
Secretary -Sheilah Land
Treasurer/ Website/ membership - Carol Mikkelsen
Past President - Dorothy Rolin
MEMBERSHIP -We are in the process of writing up our bio's and having our mugshots done and these are being posted as our procrastinating members ever so slowly get them into our webmaster. If you really want to see what has been posted thus far, scroll way down and see our bevy of beauties.
Anne de Nada
Carol's Salmon Arm roots go back two generations. Special times in her life are her family, her garden, dragon boating, hiking, golfing and snowshoeing! All these things have inspired her to write fiction, creative non-fiction stories and poetry.
Carol is working on her bucket list of places to go. Her families everyday life and her adventures in the great outdoors have developed into many stories. Carol has several stories published in the Shuswap Writers' Kaleidoscope IV and V anthology.
Carol is the maker and keeper of the group's website. So if there are any horrible bloopers like, horror of horror's spelling mistakes it will be she who is now named at fault.
He has published Volume one of a short story The Old Man, which is available at selected book stores in Salmon Arm. His new book of short stories and poems was published in January 2015 - More Truth Than Fiction.
Richard did some writing when he was in Orkney, Scotland and The Orkney News published some of his works. To see the poem go to ... The Orkney News click on culture and scroll down to poets corner then go to back issue and see Freight Train and the story behind it. Richard has a play published see www.orkneynews.scot
He had two poems selected by the Poetry Institute of Canada in Victoria which will be printed the winter of 2019 in an anthology. The poems selected were Fourteen and Two Dads.
June has been a member of the Senior's Theatre Group in Blind Bay and in Salmon Arm for several years.
June retired and moved from Calgary to the Shuswap. She has two sons and four grandchildren.
Keri wrote and published her memoir Unfinished - A Personal Journey of Healing, Self Discovery and Resilience, writing under her pen name "Isana" She continues to write, with the idea of producing another book.
Destiny's Ride, her first novel is available at Bookingham Palace Books also on Amazon in paperback and e-book editions. Eighteen Miles (a novelette) is self published and available by request.
Debbie's motto - "Everybody has a story"
However, as children grew, the decibels decreased and permitted him to start writing something other than management reports. Words began to tumble out of his mind onto page. Success in poetry and short story competitions has punctuated his toiling to complete and publish his first novel.