Booranga Writers Centre have been merging the Riverina's literary talent with the rest of the world for three decades now.
The grassroots writing publication releases an annual anthology of prose, poems and short stories submitted by budding writers, with this year's marking the 30th edition.
Co-founder and editor in chief David Gilbey said the talent they publish expands far beyond Wagga borders.
"Our submissions come from all over Australia and indeed overseas too," he said.
"We've had work from Ireland, New Zealand, America, even Japan."
Since the beginning, Booranga Writers Centre has seen hundreds of thousands of submissions - among those a number of successful pieces from Riverina authors.
"We call for submissions by the 30th of June each year, and every time receive around 600-700 so there is quite a following," Mr Gilbey said.
"I think we've earned a modest place in the Australian writing sphere."
In the past, Wiradjuri woman Marie Clear was published in the fourW Annual Anthology, which was her first time as an author. Local poet Joan Cahill also has published poetry in the annual editions, along with Wagga woman Clare Baker.
For the 30th celebration though, Mr Gilbey said they had tried to rediscover original authors who had work published in the first anthology.
"Of course they would have to go through the same submission process as we want to remain fair, but it is interesting to see where many of them are now and what they have achieved since," he said.
Aside from the words, the cover art of the latest book was created by the same artist who designed the first edition.
"Rob Harris is a Wagga man too, and this most recent cover artwork is titled 'The Family'," Mr Gibley said.
This year's edition was funded with the help of a Create NSW grant and Charles Sturt University's support.
FourW Thirty: Pearl will be released on November 30 at Wagga City Library.