January 13, 2017

Writers Guild of Texas – 2017 Events

Each year, the Writers Guild of Texas (WGT) organizes monthly program meetings, monthly critique group sessions, and two writers workshops. Become a WGT member now to […]
January 13, 2017

Monday, March 20th – The Dramatic Dilemma

“The Dramatic Dilemma” presented by Shawn Scarber. This presentation focuses on the role Dilemma plays in character-driven fiction. Casablanca is used as an example to show […]
February 20, 2017

The Mentor – February 2017

The February 2017 edition of the WGT Newsletter, The Mentor, includes: Blue by Leah Hinton, 2nd place WGT 2016 Flash Fiction contest winner; I’m Sorry, You […]
February 15, 2017

Need an Editor?

The Editorial Freelancers Association has a searchable database that’s free for anyone to use. It allows you to use keywords like “young adult” or “memoir” to […]
February 14, 2017

WORDfest 2017

Join the Writers Guild of Texas and over 20 other writers organizations for WORDfest — a one-day all-you-can-meet festival of writers groups from all over the […]

About the Writers Guild of Texas


Annual dues are $25 for a year (January – December) of great programming, networking, support, critiques, and more.

The Writers Guild of Texas (WGT) is a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization designed to serve the writing community of Texas.

Our mission is to provide a sociable environment that encourages, educates, and engages writers of any genre and of any experience level.

WGT organizes two monthly meetings — a monthly program every 3rd Monday, and a critique group every 3rd Wednesday. Both are held in the Basement Program Room of the Richardson Public Library. Visitors are welcome!