Critique Cafe Launches New Book
Fort Stockton area writer’s group Critique Café has released another edition of The Best of Critique Café.
This 7th Volume of effort is available on Amazon.com, and at the Fort Stockton Public Library.
Texas is the theme of this newest offering, and features fiction, non-fiction, poetry, recipes, and Texas folklore and facts.
“We wanted to have this edition’s release coincide with Texas History Day at the Annie Riggs Memorial Museum,” says the group’s President, Jody Day. “We were concerned at first that we might not be able to come up with enough material for a whole book, but when we got going, the words flowed.”
Members of the group will be at the Museum event on March 9th showing off the new book.
Critique Cafe includes published, self-published and unpublished writers, inspirational fiction writers, non-fiction writers, mystery writers, opinion writers, fan-fiction writers, bloggers, and poets.
Meetings are the first and third Monday (unless otherwise planned) of each month in the Roberta Puckett Gallery of the Fort Stockton Public Library from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
If you have always wanted to try your hand at writing, or already put your pen to paper, come and join this positive, supporting group.
Critique Café is sponsored by the H. Edward Petsch Art