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Writers Take Note
Wild Woman Weekend Set for April 5-7
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 • Posted March 22, 2013

Ladies, have you ever wanted to write a book, record your family history and experiences, share a local legend, write a book for children, or just write for yourself? If any of these interest you, there is a remarkable opportunity for you on Saturday, April 6, in Blanco. Three acclaimed authors from Texas will be presenters at Wild Woman Weekend.

Two authors will be part of the Book Lovers’ Luncheon starting at noon on Saturday: Karen Valby, author of “Welcome to Utopia” and Senior Writer at “Entertainment Weekly,” plus Mary Gordon Spence, author of “Finding Magic in the Mundane” - keynote speaker – commentator for KUT, Austin Public Radio. These extremely knowledgeable ladies will share their thoughts, experiences, and insights on their successful journey in writing.

Margie Crisp, successful artist and author, will share her journaling techniques that helped her write and illustrate her book, “River of Contrasts: The Texas Colorado.” Crisp is a nationally exhibited artist and resident of Elgin. Both her illustrations and writing demonstrate the unique character of her subjects and her ability to be a focused observer. Journaling with Margie Crisp will be held at 2:00pm on Saturday.

Sharpen your pencils and get your questions ready. Don’t miss this opportunity to be inspired by these outstanding women. Come to Wild Woman Weekend. For more activities, information, and registration go to wildwomanweekend.org. This is your chance to leave your mark for future generations.

All profits from Wild Woman Weekend will benefit the Blanco Non-Profit Coalition. You can learn more at wildwomanweekend.org or call 512-750-6362

About Blanco Non-Profit Coalition–In 2013, the Blanco Non-Profit Coalition was formed to support Gem of the Hills Seniors Community Center, Friends of Blanco State Park, Blanco Library, Inc., and The Old Blanco County Courthouse Preservation Society, each of which provides Blanco and the surrounding community invaluable services paramount to our citizens’ and community’s continued growth, health, education, conservation, and prosperity.

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