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.
Every 4th Thursday at 7:00 P.M.
November - 3rd Thursday
December - no meeting
Senior Citizens Ctr
2625 South 7th
Abilene, Texas 79605
Thursday September 22, 2016
Susan Kralovansky would love to say she began writing at an early age, but she actually struggled learning to read. Despite that, she loved books and everything about them and loved to be read to. Her love for literature would lead her to working at the Culver Public Library when she was in high school that helped her to realize that "being a librarian is the BEST job ever!" She would then spend her free time writing poems and short stories, which led her to become a full-time author. Now she writes books, reads books, and goes to schools to talk to children about books, which she sees as the best job ever. She has written a number of children's titles, including the featured books at the festival this year being There Was a Tall Texan Who Swallowed a Flea and Twelve Cowboys Ropin'.