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Our second anthology of outstanding work from senior writers age 65 and older is available now. Purchase the book and receive a copy of our first anthology FREE.
DANG, I Wish I Hadn’t Done That and other senior moments from the Ageless Authors Writing Contest contains 34 short stories, essays and poetry from our 2018 contest. Read the powerful coming-of-age tale Moon of the Popping Trees by Bivona Prize winner Hugh Gardner; Geoffrey Graves’ ode to family quirkiness, The Klutzwit Gene; and Rae Lake’s stunning portrait of a woman on the run, Refugee, among many others.
Price $15.95 plus tax and shipping
Package worth $40 total
By Edith Cook
It is a universal truth that an ageless writer must constantly search for ideas that help us keep going, or give us the motivation to start again.read more
Short ... Everything. In a nutshell, that's the new Ageless Authors Writing Contest, which opens Friday, November 1 and extends to Saturday, February 1. The categories of this contest are Short Fiction, Short Essay (Nonfiction) and Short Poetry. Stories for the first...read more
DANG, I WISH I HADN’T DONE THAT, our collection of 34 stories and poems from the Ageless Authors Writing Contest, just received a rave review from OnlineBookClub.org of 4 out of 4 stars.read more
Once again, Ageless Authors will be selling our new book and writing contest at the prestigious Texas Book Festival, Sunday, October 27 in Austin, Texas. AA Executive Director Larry Upshaw will sell copies of DANG, I WISH I HADN'T DONE THAT and other senior moments...read more
By Edith Cook
You are aching to write the great American novel, or the life and times of a famous person you knew, or the definitive answer to the climate crisis, but can’t get started? Try a smaller project first.
Larry Upshaw, Executive Director of Ageless Authors, speaks to senior groups about continuing to write into old age. Recently he told the Silver Leos writers everything they need to know about improving their writing at their monthly meeting at Texas A&M --...read more
THE AGELESS TRAVELER
When given the choice between making a harrowing journey across majestic lands and being pampered with unlimited food and drink, most elderly travelers would prefer to travel well fed.read more
As my wife and I rushed through Heathrow Airport in London, we were gripped with the panic that accompanies those who are certain they will not make their connecting flight.read more
We Offer These Services to People age 65 and Older…
Enter your best short stories, essays, poetry and artwork, win cash prizes. Feel the pride of authorship, impress your family and friends.
Your best entries appear in our anthologies, available for purchase. These books are proof that the creativity keeps flowing with age.
Want to publish a book but don’t know where to start? Now you can have editing, production, and promotional help from top professionals in the publishing business with a specialty serving senior writers.
BOOKS FOR GROWNUPS
Some of the best literature is written by and for senior readers and writers. We are collecting the finest books available for our bookstore, BOOKS FOR GROWNUPS. Each week, the number and quality grow under the expansive banner of fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Click on the genre you prefer and see what we are offering now. Come back next week and the bookshelf will have more content. All books are available on Amazon.
We recommend the books whose covers are featured below. These volumes are from authors associated with Ageless Authors. Those offerings will change regularly.
Want to know about our next writing contest? What about the next anthology? Looking to volunteer with Ageless Authors or need some help with your next writing project? In the message field to your left, tell us what you need and how we can help you. Ageless Authors is the only worldwide organization of senior writers age 65 and older. This is your group, dedicated to helping promote you. You may have a wild and crazy idea that's just right for this group. Tell us about it.