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The Benefits of Joining a Writers Group
As a member of a long-running face-to-face group and now an active online group, I can attest to the truth of what Cynthia Hilston says below: that good groups exist. I spent far too many years writing in isolation; never again. Maybe I don’t like every response; maybe sometimes I’m disheartened. But I’d rather be disheartened now when I can figure out what to do about the problem than when I get that “we’re not the right agency for this project” form letter with NO feedback as to why.
I’ve posted about my group several times (for example, see “In Praise of My Writing Group“), and I did a series on the founding of our group, the Green River Writers, and its leader, Mary (Ernie) O’Dell, here in Louisville.
And I just posted the 2017 Contest brochure for this year’s Green River Writers contest! A terrific contest with low entries fees and lots of cash prizes! Check it out!
CONTEST! CONTEST! CONTEST!
GREEN RIVER WRITERS, here in my neck of the woods, has opened its annual contest.
Two grand prizes @ $175 for first place, 13 other categories all with cash prizes, $3 entries.
Green River Writers 2017 Contest Brochure
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