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Glendale Arizona
Arizona Authors' Association places a value on ensuring: 1. Literature for its power to enrich the lives of individuals and communities;
2 Annual international literary contest featuring unpublished and published work;
3. Cultivation of literary audiences, both adult and youth;
4. Educational programs, workshops, conferences, reading series, critique groups; and,
5. Annual literary magazine celebrating writing excellence across the nation.
We are a group of writers, both new and published authors who work on technique of writing. We publish an anthology once a year. We have been in existance since 2010.
Established in 1993, DCWF meets the third Saturday of the month at Georgetown Presbyterian Church, Tunnell Hall, 203 North Bedford Street, Georgetown, DE 19947, from 9 AM to Noon. Meeting attendance runs from eight to 28. Many are beginning writers who are mentored by those who have been published. It is an informal gathering for critiquing and encouragement with resources to build up the Christian who writes. We follow a meeting agenda, but there is no membership fee or pressure; however, we do hold one another accountable to see progress in our writing. Meetings typically include a devotional, shared information, a teaching, manuscript critiques, and prayer. Friendships are fostered over lunch and between meetings. We host a one-day conference in October, writing seminars, and occasional retreats and encourage participation in regional/national conferences. Visit for more information
Florida Authors & Publishers Association (FAPA) holds a series of educational conferences for authors, publishers and other industry professionals each year.
A writers group dedicated for the advancement and education of Florida writers; writers helping writers.
Fort Myers Florida
The Gulf Coast Writers Association is proud to provide a forum for fellowship, education, and information for writers in our community. Whether you write for pleasure or profit, you’ll find support from our members. Our monthly speakers’ events are informative and fun, providing expert advice on topics such as writing techniques, publishing, marketing, etc.
Houston Texas
Houston Writers Guild is a non-profit, volunteer led community of writers in the Greater Houston area. Our purpose is to support each other in fellowship, work to sharpen our craft, and promote our members' writing careers. Join the Houston Writers Guild today!
Los Angeles California
Creative Writing Workshops and Book Coaching with an eye toward lovingly helping writers understand what's working and why, and how to fix what's not working.
West Branch Michigan
MMW is one of Michigan's oldest continuous writing groups. Formed in March of 1977 it has grown from 3 members to 24 and in March of 2019 will celebrate its 42nd Anniversary. The group offers members honest, helpful critique, workshops, training, conference scholarships, and editing services. The group sponsors a writing competition for aspiring writers and presents a Writing Conference each year in October. They also participate in writing and author events throughout the state in support of the writing community. Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month and dues are $15.00 a year.ri
Morgantown Writers Group offers Critique Workshops, 2nd & 4th Tuesdays (6:30-8pm) monthly. Morgantown Public Library. Request schedule, detailed FAQ info. Write-Ins are offered on alternate Tuesdays, at restaurants (5:45-8pm). Founded January 1994, evolving from GoldenRod Writers Conf. (1983-2001), MWG typically has 16 active writers and email list of 65 writers. While the roster changes every 3-5 years, MWG has assisted 420 writers in 25 years. Writers reiew draft manuscripts (1000-5000 wds)), e.g., novel excerpts, short stories, NF, YA, sf, and other forms, etc. MWG follows a unique 3-step critique strategy to give constructive feedback, editorial notes. Many MWG writers are published; many won WV writing awards. Aims are to master craft of writing, and to publish. MWG hosts genre workshops, sponsors readings, promotes literary activities.
Founded in 1968, the Oklahoma Writers' Federation, Inc. (OWFI) is a non‑profit federation of writers' groups dedicated to promoting higher standards for the written word. We believe that the literary profession has come of age and merits a fair share of the critical acclaim so generously lavished on other worthwhile arts. OWFI shall seek to coordinate and encourage professional writing within and without its organization and promote the recognition of outstanding contributions to the written language.
We are an event driven group, we sponsor our annual conference in the spring. We help our writers become published authors.
Local writers from Northwest Wisconsin meeting monthly at Balsam Lake Library to share writing of all genres with each other without criticism. Everyone is welcome!
Supporting writers of all levels through critique groups (in person and online), craft & publishing workshops, individual critiques/coaching, author events, and youth creative writing camps.We recognize that the definition of writing “success” is different for each writer who comes through our door. From the aspiring novelist who wants to see her name on the cover of a book, to the poet who wants to be published in a literary journal, to the grandfather who wants to create a memoir for future generations, we take our writers where they are and help give them the tools to make their writing dreams come true.
An urban writers' retreat committed to providing a quiet, affordable, and secure workspace for emerging and established writers.