Com welcomes writers of all interests and skill levels.
Membership at the Chapter level is separate and optional with each Chapter functioning unique and individually to suit their membership. Some Chapters have dues, others pass the hat when needed!
Chapter involvement provides an opportunity for individuals to get together on a more frequent basis with other local writers to exchange critiques, encouragement and to network. Chapter meetings are typically held monthly with activities including writing workshops, feedback sessions, guest speakers, contests, and sponsorship or involvement in regional literary events.
If you live in an area not served by a Chapter, please contact us so we can discuss options for forming a Chapter near you! For information, contact Jack Rose via email at jackrussellrose1 gmail. Please see their website or e-mail Linda Layne at blueridgewriters gmail. The Chesapeake Bay Writers host five luncheon or dinner meetings each year.
In addition, the Chapter offers recurrent workshops and outreach events which afford members opportunities to exchange ideas and establish contact with others having similar interests.
Individual members also host various critique and novel reading groups which meet regularly at different times and locations to assist members in achieving their writing goals.
For further information, please e-mail Dennis Bounds at jdb jdennisbounds. Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6: The Northern Virginia Chapter serves writers in the counties of Fairfax and Arlington, the cities of Alexandria and Falls Church, and the surrounding areas. For further information, please visit their website.
Meetings are held the second Saturday of each month at the Salem church branch of the Central Rappahannock Regional Libraryfrom 1: For further information, please e-mail Jim Gaines at jimgaines3 earthlink. Meetings are held at 6: For further information, please visit the Web site o r e-mail Betsy Ashton.
Members gather twice a month at "meet and greets" in various locations in the county. News, plans, members' writings and more are available at their website.
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Renea Winchester is an award-winning author who leads writing workshops in North Carolina and Georgia. She is a member of the Appalachian Writers Association, Atlanta Writers Club, Georgia Writers Association, and the North Carolina Writers’ Network.
The Athenaeum is a private members' club in London, founded in It is primarily a club for men and women with intellectual interests, and particularly (but not exclusively) for those who have attained some distinction in science, engineering, literature or the arts. Creative Writing at Mason Located just outside Washington, D.C., the Creative Writing Program at Mason offers both MFA and BFA degrees to students who come from around the nation and the world.
Our MFA is a three-year residency program with tracks in fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Joining a writing club or community can be overwhelming but fun. Do not let your lack of experience or preconceived notions that you will suck at writing stop you from joining.
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