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The Abilene Writers Guild is an organization of writers, both professional and beginning, who meet monthly for education, sharing, and encouragement. Membership opportunities include contests, critique groups, and sharing of information.

Abilene Writers Guild
P.O. Box 2562
Abilene, Texas 79604
325-672-1868

Program VP - Barbara Rollins
Webmaster - Dan Case


Monthly Meetings

Every 4th Thursday at 7:00 P.M.
Except:
November - 3rd Thursday
December - no meeting

Rose Park Senior Citizens Ctr
Classroom B
2625 South 7th
Abilene, Texas 79605

Visitors Welcome

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July Meeting

Thursday July 23, 2015

West Texas Women

Speaker, Tiffany Fink

Tiffany Fink

The historian’s craft is to research, discuss, interpret, and write about the intricacies of the past while simultaneously hoping for the future. Dr. Tiffany Fink has been teaching American history at the collegiate level since 1996. She hold four college degrees, each with an emphasis in the discipline of History. Her areas of expertise include the histories of the American West, Texas, and Latin America (especially Mexico).

Tiffany and her husband, Dr. Rob C. Fink, co-authored Love Unbounded: The Influence of First Baptist Church on Abilene Texas. She wrote “Charles Goodnight: Father of the Texas Panhandle” for the Journal of Southern History and “West Texas Women” in The Giant Side of Texas and many other articles and papers.

Originaly scheduled in February, weather didn’t permit so we have the privilege of hearing Dr. Fink speak to AWG on July 23rd on “West Texas Women.”


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