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 meeting announcement below).
The ACWC will meet at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 22, 2021, at the First Presbyterian Church fellowship hall. Program: Join us as attendees will form into groups and write a murder mystery. Each group will decide who is to be the the victim, who is going to kill them and how. What clues will you plant?
What red herrings will you devise? Where will this heinous event take place? Why would someone want to kill them? Who will solve the mystery?
The winning group will receive a small award.
On April 10, some ACWC members traveled to Tanglewood Park near Winston-Salem to celebrate Helen Goodman's 90th birthday. Helen is a founding member of the club and the amphitheater at SPCC is named in her honor. Helen was surprised to see us and many memories were shared. From left, Beverley, Sandy, Helen, Randy, and Karen.
An Awards Ceremony for the winners of the 2021 contests in prose and poetry was held March 27, 2021, in the fellowship hall of First Presbyterian Church, Wadewsboro. Click HERE to see who won.