Dana Glossbrenner, San Angelo author of “The Lark” and an upcoming novel “Low Water Crossing,” will present “Self-Promotion and Other Monsters” at the San Angelo Writers Club on Tuesday, March 13.
Dana’s publishing credits include work in The Journal of Texas Women Writers and the anthology “Necessity is a Mother.” Published books include a local history, “Women Behind Stained Glass: West Texas Pioneers.” After twenty-seven years as an English teacher at San Angelo Central High School and Angelo State University and as a school counselor for San Angelo ISD, she has retired and lives in San Angelo with her husband and a cat.
San Angelo Writers Club meets the second Tuesday of each month at First Place, 14 E. Harris, across the street and down the block from First Baptist Church. Parking is available next to building. Visitors are welcome and dues for membership are $20 a year. Coffee and refreshments are at 6:30 and the program is from 7-8. For more information, visit our website at http://sanangelowritersclub.org