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      The Anson County Writers' Club fosters the art of writing in Anson County through support, awareness and recognition of all writers -- from the beginner to the published author.
     This is accomplished through regular meetings, workshops, lectures and readings; through our annual contests in prose and poetry culminating in a public awards ceremony; and through our grant program.
     The Anson County Writers' Club meets the fourth Sunday of each month (except July and December) at 3:00 p.m. (see venue in meeting announcement below).



We have our photos on Pinterest!


Winners of the 2019 contests and prose and poetry were announced Feb. 24. Read about it HERE.


Next Meeting
Sunday, June 23, 2019
3:00 p.m.
Program:TBA

We will meet at Kelly Liddington's house. Address is 1769 Bill Curlee Rd. This is off 218, turn left, his house is mile after the turn

Member News: Charles Kaska and Sandy Bruney were among the winners of the Union County Writers' Club's annual prose contest. Charles won first prize for his short story, "The Assignation" and Sandy won second place for her story, "Anne Bonny." Click on the author link below to read Sandy's story.



ACWC members were among those awarded on Feb. 24: Kaye Ratliff, first prize, poetry; Charles Kaska, first prize, prose; and Randy Tarlton, special award for service.



Useful links

Historical Research Categories

Promote Your Book Online

Charlotte Writers Club

Union County Writers' Club

The North Carolina Poetry Society

The North Carolina Writers' Network

Carolinas Romance Writers

The Writers Workshop of Asheville

Check the above links often for news of workshops, contests, etc.

Our Published Authors
Karen MacMurray

Sandy Bruney
Charles Kaska

J.A. Bolton


NEW! Our authors will post short stories, essays, and poems on line for your enjoyment. Members, send your work to info@ansoncountywritersclub.org.

Stories, Poems, and Essays


Anson Pathways X, an anthology of the 2016-2017-2018 contest winners, is now avilable at the Anson County Arts Council for $5 and at amazon.com



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