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Members of The Litchfield Community Writers Group

Current and past members and contributors include:

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Roy Wnek Roy hails from the ethnic neighborhoods of inner Chicago. After graduating from West Point and a career as an Army officer, technology consultant, and university professor, he retired to Connecticut and began to indulge his interest in creative writing. He usually writes short stories of various genres, including historical fiction, crime and hard-boiled mystery, science-fiction, and parody/satire. He edits and publishes the annual Best of anthology books for The Litchfield Community Writers Group.
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The Last Drink of Todd McGuire



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The Ambition of Geometric Love



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 The Beanies and Weenies of Death



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 Tickets

Joyce Carile Joyce's work has been published by The Litchfield County Times and the Hill-Stead Museum's online poetry journal, Theodate. he has won honorable mention in the Torrington Library's first annual poetry contest. Joyce lives in Torrington. She is a wife, mother, grandmother, and physical therapist who specializes in sub acute rehab and geriatrics.

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Sitting in the Sun



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Solitude



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Woman Crossing the Bridge at Kent Falls



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Woman in the Window



Stephen Egbertson  Steve writes an eclectic mix of sci fi, horror and other tales of imagination. Has written two short, unpublished novels: The Song of Ceta which explores the possibilities of human-cetatean communication, and Lakota Sunset, a historical novel set in the Indian Wars of the 19th century.
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Eight Lane Lament



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A light in the Window



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A Day of Thunder

David Fisher  Dave is happily married , with children, and resides in Morris where he relishes writing short stories and oodles of rhyming poetry and satire. He prefers delving into the whiinsical world of unique characters, imaginative settings, and creative topics.
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 Are You Willing To Play The Game



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 Recipes of Ill Repute

Mary Grening  Mary lives in Torrington with her husband and 2 children. She has a fascination for photography, gardening, taking road trips, and post-apocalyptic fiction. She enjoys writing about them even more.
Ann Jamieson  Ann writes stories and essays focusing on her love of horses. Ann is a licensed equestrian judge and has written numerous articles for magazines and newspapers, including a column for the Litchfield County Times.