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Regular meetings are held at 1:00 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month at the Peach State Bank, 325 Washington Street, Gainesville, GA, 3rd floor. We welcome visitors and writers at all levels of experience and in all genres. Enjoy a free, informative program followed by social time with refreshments.

Members with limited mobility and guests may park at the Peach State Bank. All other members please park at St. Paul United Methodist Church across the street from the bank, as we have permission to use their spaces for overflow parking. (Please do not park in front of the glass doors of the church as those spaces are for their staff).


 

Current News


Congratulations to:

Jameson Gregg for winning 2014 Georgia Author of the Year. The award was announced at the 51st annual awards banquet of the Georgia Writers Association. There were 116 nominees in 17 fiction and nonfiction categories. Luck Be A Chicken won the humor category

Lynda Holmes for winning a national DAR award for drama, and having a new children's book for readers 8-12 years.

Connie Pagano for placing in the top five finalists for The National Indie Excellence Book Awards, for her book Big Sky.


Next Month's Meeting


August 5, 2015

Speaker

Harris Blackwood

Harris writes a weekly column for The Gainesville Times. His often humorous columns, have on multiple occasions, earned him top honors from the Associated Press and the Georgia Press Association.






    

Upcoming Events


Farmer's Market in the Square

Pictures from last years Farmer's Market

We have a spot at the Historic Downtown Farmer's Market on the Square where we can launch our activities. The Market is open every Friday starting May 29th through October 3rd from 2-6pm. The first Friday of each month is the most popular because the merchants join in adding events starting around 5pm. Please consider joining us if you want to sell your books (even for a couple of hours) and let Horton know.



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