St. George Utah
Heritage Writers Guild
Heritage Writers Guild is a community of writers and poets dedicated to improving their craft and support goals in an atmosphere of compassion and encouragement. Our members are writers and poets of all interests and skill levels.
Heritage Writers Guild is a Chapter of the League of Utah Writers. Meetings are open to the public, and new members are always welcome.
Every second Tuesday at 6:30 PM - 7:45 PM
St. George Library, 88 W 100 S, St. George, UT 84770
Putting Pen to Paper
We had a wonderful turnout. Thank you to everyone!
(Bring 6 copies of 3-5 double-spaced numbered pages to share)
Writers Improvement Group (WIG): Live and In Person
Every Wednesday 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
St. George Branch library - 88 W 100 S, St. George, UT 84770
Evening Writers Improvement Group: Live and In Person
Every Monday 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Washington Branch library - 22o N 300 E, Washington, UT 84780
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Join the Heritage Writers Guild chapter of the League of Utah Writers
Membership benefits include reduced entry fees for various writing contests, workshops, the Utah Writers Conference, and other events.
The Art of Isolation
An Anthology of Poetry and Art
In lieu of the St. George Literary Arts Festival 2020, a book was conceived as an artistic historic compilation to record events of the pandemic. Poets and artists contributed unique and invaluable insights of courage and isolation.
Literary contributions for this publication are from members of St. George literary organizations i.e., Heritage Writers Guild, Dixie Poets, Red Rock Writers, League of Utah Writers and Utah State Poetry Society, whose memberships span beyond the state of Utah. A COVID art exhibition — already in place at the Sears Gallery on DSUs campus — was reproduced with permission from artists to add an artistic element to our story.
The Art of lsolation comes to life, gasping for clean air, requiring the help of many midwives, to find its place in history.