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Community Member Guest Post: ACC Creative Writing

“I used to be such a closet word-lover. Then, I took a fiction class at Austin Community College and realized, there a lot of people like me here. A whole world devoted to crafting stories slowly revealed itself to me.” -Sol Wooten Community membership with WLT allows businesses and organizations

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ArmadilloCon 41 (August 2nd-4th)

“The Workshop is a great place to learn about the craft and to meet other writers. The convention is tons of fun, and the writers who attend the workshop find that they have a built-in cohort throughout the weekend. Writing is a long game, and that’s why it’s important to

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Meet the Publisher: Arte Público Press

“The Arte Público Press created an outlet for Latinos, especially during the civil rights movement, which was something that was inevitable because we were striving for independence in every direction of every single way.” -Dr. Nicolás Kanellos Arte Público Press, publisher of Latino literary creativity and arts, is the nation’s

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Meet the Conference: Boldface Conference

“Emerging doesn’t mean inexperienced — it means on the cusp of something great. All of our participants are on that cusp, and we do everything we can at Boldface to help give them that tiny push they need to really take their creative writing to the next level.” – Cait

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Meet the Members: Will Holcomb

“Having a network of writers helps me grow as a writer. We do not “succeed” in a vacuum. We are all part of the success of others. ” — Will Holcomb A member of the Writers’ League since 2016, Will lives in Smithville, TX. Scribe: In what genre(s) do you

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Community Member Q&A: Hollering Woman Press & Editorial Services

“For the staff at HWP&E supporting our local communities and the state matters. Through involvement in the arts, journalism, conservation and social issues, we have found our voice!” – LuLynne Streeter Hollering Woman Press & Editorial Services is a BANTAM publisher, editorial service, web-zine, and provides writer workshops dedicated to

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Meet the Members: Kerry L Stevens

“The WLT is like a chest filled with treasures of classes. I’ve learned much about the craft and business of writing.” — Kerry L Stevens A member of the Writers’ League since April 2016, Kerry lives in Leander. Scribe: In what genre(s) do you write? Kerry L Stevens: My debut

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Meet the Members: Lori Duran

“I have learned there is a wealth of information here in Austin about the craft of writing and there is great support available at the Writers’ League of Texas.” — Lori Duran A member of the Writers’ League since 2017, Lori lives in Austin. Scribe: In what genre(s) do you

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Community Member Guest Post: ACC Creative Writing

“Taking a creative writing class represented a bit of a risk for me – I hadn’t written much of anything that wasn’t business-related in 25 years – but also a chance to try something new.” -Summer Rohrict Community membership in the Writers’ League of Texas allows businesses and organizations to support

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What We’re Reading Now: I’M NOT MISSING

I’m Not Missing                   by Carrie Fountain Published in July 2018 by Flatiron Books Reviewed by Tony Burnett In her richly-sculpted debut novel, I’m Not Missing, Carrie Fountain deftly details the tumultuous lives of Miranda Black and her best friend Syd. These

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