The Emerald Coast Writers
will host a September 8th day-long Novel Writing Workshop at the Ramada Plaza
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for the bestselling authors, and three editors from Medallion Publishing who are
listening to pitches and reading novel excerpts. Also, breakfast and lunch are
free!" Read more, download the brochure and registration form at http://www.emeraldcoastwriters.org/home.php
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Women's Writing Guild
From the Guild's Web site: The
IWWG, founded in 1976, is a network for the personal and professional empowerment
of women through writing and open to all regardless of portfolio. As such, it
has established a remarkable record of achievement in the publishing world, as
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for their own sake. The Guild nurtures and supports holistic thinking by recognizing
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Women's Writing Guild
P.O. Box 810, Gracie Station
New York, NY 10028-0082
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Society of Southwestern Authors
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- Provide recognition of members' achievements.
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Visit them at www.ssa-az.org.
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