Check out the Texas Writes and Writer’s League of Texas web page to see the Dec. 6 CPL program on their calendar. Please pass this along to all friends, acquaintances, etc. Texas Writes is a statewide program that brings accomplished authors to rural libraries for a half day of presentations and panel discussions. Each event is free and open to the public. The Writers' League of Texas, supported by a grant from the Tocker Foundation, established the Texas Writes program in 2013 with five visits to rural libraries in Central Texas. In 2014, again with the generous support of the Tocker Foundation, the program more than doubled in size and expanded throughout the state, including the upcoming Comfort Public Library venue. This event involves two speakers, is about 3 hours in length and provides refreshments.
Here’s the Who, When, Where and How:
Comfort Public Library - 701 High Street Comfort, TX 78013
10:00 AM Start To pre-register for this event, please contact
the library at (830) 995-2398.
Click HERE for more Information.
Carol Dawson Pickling Memory, Salting Tradition, Preserving the Past: The Art of Researching and Writing Your Own Story, Your Family’s Stories, and The Lives of Your Community
Meg Gardiner Writing a Killer Story