The San Angelo Writers Club was founded in 1986 to promote fellowship, mutual learning, and support among writers in all media.

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May 12th Meeting is Cancelled

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Meetings/Membership

The San Angelo Writers Club meets the second Tuesday of every month from September through May ((We take the summers off to write!) at First Place, 14 East Harris Street, San Angelo, Texas. Meetings are open to the public and free to attend. Coffee and snacks are served at 6:30 pm and the presentations begin at 7:00 pm. Membership is $20.00 per year.

Club Meetings

  • May 12 – MEETING IS CANCELLED! Due to the COVID-19 situation, we have decided to cancel the May, 2020 meeting. We are planning to meet in September. Please check back here for future announcements.
  • June, July, and August – No meetings! The club is off for the summer to write!

Other Events and Announcements

  • Events – If you are having a book signing or know of any book events in town, please let the webmaster know (webmaster<at>sanangelowritersclub<dot>org) and we can list them here.

Previous Events 2020

  • March 10 – SAWC President Pam Backlund Concho Folks: Working Towards Self-Publishing.” The local retired high school teacher will use PowerPoint to illustrate how she took 26 short stories from conception to an ebook and most recently a paperback available online. Backlund will address the process as well as how to avoid potential problems. Copies of her book, Concho Folks, will also be available for purchase.
  • February 11 – Jean Ann Block LeGrand. “Pulling the Cart Up the Hill – Going Down Rabbit Holes.” LeGrand will discuss the process of creating a book from genealogical and other research on the extended Schwartz family. Her mother, Doris Schwartz Block, has 52 first cousins from the Schwartz family. Her father, Wilbert Block, has 103 first cousins and is a member of the Hoelscher-Buxkemper family. LeGrand’s first book was titled “The Franz Block Family — History and Genealogy 1849-2001.” She is currently on a four-year book project writing and compiling “Joseph and Sophie Schwartz Family 1798-2020 History and Genealogy.” A graduate of Wall High School and Angelo State University’s nursing program, LeGrand worked 15 years in the operating rooms of St. Johns and Shannon hospitals. Married to Robert H. (Bob) LeGrand, they have a blended family of six adult children, their spouses and eight grandchildren.
  • January 14 – Lester Langly. “Why the American Revolution Still Matters” A native Texan, Langley will base his program on his latest book, “The Long American Revolution and Its Legacy.” A graduate of West Texas A&M with a doctorate from the University of Kansas, Langley taught U.S. and Latin American history at the University of Georgia from 1970 until his retirement in 2000.
  • Earlier Events – To see previous events from 2017-2019, please go to the Previous Events Page!