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Glenda C. Beall
launched Writers Circle, a program of writing classes held at her studio in Hayesville, NC. Besides teaching classes, she invites guest teachers for classes in poetry, family history writing, publishing, fiction and non-fiction. Her writing has appeared in numerous literary magazines, anthologies, online magazines, newspapers, and she has read her work on the Writers Show in Chattanooga.

Her poetry book, Now Might As Well Be Then, was published by Finishing Line press in 2009. A family history, Profiles and Pedigrees: Thomas Charles Council and His Descendants, was published in 1998.
She led North Carolina Writers' Network-West as Program Coordinator from  2007 - 2009 and now serves as Clay County Representative for NCWN West.
See her membership page here.

Glenda  hosts Coffee with the Poets now meeting at the Moss Memorial Library in Hayesville, NC.
She has been a painter, a school teacher, a HAM radio operator, a care-giver, a newsletter editor, a Christmas Tree farmer, a choir member, a gardener, and a P.R. and sales person. She can drive a tractor, a stick shift, and a motorcycle. She grew up on a farm with six brothers and sisters, a close and loving family. Her favorite activity when she was younger was horseback riding. She still loves horses.

Dealing with MCS, a respiratory problem, she advocates for healthy, un-polluted indoor air asking those who come to her home or studio to please refrain from wearing synthetic chemical fragrances.
Glenda is also an advocate for controlling the birth of unwanted pets by neutering and spaying. She loves animals, especially dogs.

Glenda's passion is learning and teaching. She teaches writing and likes to see other writers reach their goals of sharing their words and their ideas. She has never lost her curiosity about life, and she considers any day in which she doesn't learn something new, a lost day.

Contact her at or by phone: 828-389-4441
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Read her profile and see recommendations of Glenda on Linkedin.