Brazos Writers seeks to provide leadership in filling the needs of writers in the Brazos Valley through information, promotion, cooperation and support.
Built in 1930, Cushing Memorial Library and Archives serves as Texas A&M University’s repository for rare books, special collections, manuscripts and archives and is free and open to the public. Collections of interest include Texas A&M history, military history, western Americana, Texana, 18th-century French history, Mexican colonial history, Africana studies, Science Fiction, literature and the history of books and printing to name a few.
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The Friends of the Bryan-College Station Public Library System support the Clara B. Mounce Public Library, Larry J. Ringer Library, and Carnegie History Center, and provide funds for books, equipment, and programs not covered in the library’s budget.
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Mic Check began as a spoken word organization. In August of 2010, they became a registered non-profit with the belief that poetry should be free to the community. Mic Check is an open-mic poetry event held every Sunday night in Downtown Bryan, with a poetry slam every second Sunday of the month.
SCBWI Brazos Valley is one of five Texas Regions of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, the international, professional organization for writers and illustrators of children’s literature.
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