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"You find the untold stories of so many women... women who've been lost from the pages of history, and you write them well."
— Ann Smith
Sam Houston Chapter
of the DAR.


WRITING CIRCLES,
Fort Worth:
"I’m here forever…it’s improved my writing so much…even people who don’t care for what I write have commented on the improvement."
— HB of Dallas
He commutes.

SMU STUDENTS:
"I'm already so glad I joined your class. Those techniques for helping us to flesh out a character the reader can believe work really, really well."
— Rajal

PRIVATE STUDENTS:
"Wow! Yes, that was a fabulous meeting. Thank you so much for all the information."
— RW of Fort Worth

EDITING:
You’re brilliant!
— KL

 

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STORIES, TRUE ADVENTURES OF TEXAS WOMEN ACROSS
THE CENTURIES AND THE LANDSCAPE OF TEXAS

As a young girl, no stories about women—outside the family—were available. That’s why it’s so important to me, and I’ve noticed many in audiences I speak to agree, to discover and recount stories of these women whose lives sparkle with contributions across the expanse of Texas. I’ve written the stories in Texas Ranch Women…and Texas Dames…now I get to tell their tales at organizations across the state, including what I consider my “home” writing organization, Western Writers of America. (For more, including a calendar of upcoming talks, click on “Storyteller” page.)



At Austin’s Pioneer Farms, invited by Dr. Rosemary Morrow (r) and Board President Mike Ward, I was honored to kick off the Farms’ “Sunday Socials.”


TEACHING WRITING: CLASSROOMS, CONFERENCES, PROFESSIONAL GROUPS & AT HOME with WRITING CIRCLES

Sharing over four decades of writing experiences that have led to publication in prose and poetry, fiction and nonfiction, I get to help those new to writing as well as those with experience along their writing journey through:

 



Talking about women stories in the Republic of Texas, particularly three on the Battlefield of San Jacinto with Arlington’s Daughters of the Republic of Texas.


Carmen Goldthwaite celebrates…first box of books… Texas Ranch Women: Three
Centuries of Mettle and Moxie
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“Event at Barnes & Noble” – introducing new book, Texas Ranch Women: Three Centuries of Mettle and Moxie.

 

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