Membership is the life blood of all non-profit, volunteer organizations. Members provide our ability to exist as well as our reason to exist.
Please Contact our V.P. for Memberships with any questions or suggestions regarding joining Women Who Write.
HOW TO JOIN
We are pleased to announce that you may now apply to join Women Who Write or renew your membership online.
Dues are $45 per membership year. In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, dues for the 2020-21 membership year have been temporarily lowered to $32.
All memberships expire each April 30.
Members may choose to be included in our Member Directory which will be an online directory accessible only to members via a password and updated electronically every few weeks.
When ready to complete your online application and pay your dues (with your credit card or debit card) please click on the Join Now button below.
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Click "Submit" to send you information, then you will be taken to our online store.
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Your membership will remain in effect through April 30.
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BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP
Our members often join one or more Writing Groups, where they gather once or twice month to share ideas and experiences, and to provide supportive feedback on each other's works. There is a wide variety of groups dedicated to many genre. Our Membership Chair is a great help in deciding which groups may offer the best fit for you.
/ WRITING OPPORTUNITIES
Members are encouraged to submit samples of their writing for our annual literary journal, Goldfinch. Members may submit news articles to our Newsletter, Writers' Notes. In addition, several members privately organize personal appearances at poetry readings, open mic events, book signings, etc. Join us and our writing and critque groups and soon you may gain the know-how and the confidence to publish your own works.
In addition to the in-person Writing Groups, our members also enjoy a sense of community online. We have a closed Facebook group so that members can more freely communicate, share their Facebook events while maintaining more granular control over the messages the post and those they receive.