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PostPosted: February 12th, 2011, 11:59 am 

Joined: July 25th, 2008, 11:36 am
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Location: Austin, TX

I'm working on a piece about writing guilds and professional organizations for writers, and I would like to interview working writers who have either joined such groups in the past or have current memberships with particular organizations in their area. An example of a writing guild near me, for instance, is the Writers' League of Texas, with HQ in Austin, serving professional writers throughout the state.

If you really like (or really DISLIKE!) your local group, I'm interested in hearing your opinions on the subject! (But, to clarify, this is not about writing critique groups; I'm only looking for info on professional organizations that offer classes or keep writers in the loop on jobs, etc.)

You can contact me via email at laura@buttontapper.com with the subject line "WRITING ORGS." To start, just let me know the name of the group(s) you'd like to comment on and where in the U.S. or Canada you're located.

- Laura Roberts, Professional Freelancer

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