“Wordsmiths & Readers of Tarrant” (Where Literature Does More Than Just Sound Pretty)

This is not just another poetry club. This group seeks to address and resolve ethnic disparity, the way that black writers all throughout time have not been accepted as writers that encompass the entire spectrum of human activity, in the writing industry and writing community as a whole.
Also, the Wordsmiths of Tarrant was created to not only make you better as a writer but, also, to help you figure out why you write the way you write, why you write what you write, and how you can use your literature to change the world for the better.
These meetings are free of charge!
When the meetings are held?:
This is a monthly event that is held on the first Saturday of every month at the Desert Sands Meeting Room (5709 E. Belknap St., Haltom City, Texas 76117).  I look forward to meeting all of you talented writers and bookworms readers out there in Tarrant County, and to providing you with a setting where you may artistically feed off the creativity and inspirations of other like-minded individuals.


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