As a literary resource that desires to uplift marginalized voices, we are deeply saddened by actions that silence or dismiss Black pain and suffering. We will be better listeners. We will be better advocates. Georgia Writers Association believes Black writers must be heard in all communities, so to start, we will be donating a portion of each membership until further notice to the Hurston/Wright Foundation, an arts nonprofit organization whose programming includes workshops and readings for Black writers as well as awards for college writers, and the annual Legacy Awards for the best in Black literature.
If you have ideas for how the Board can support you or Black lives, please reach out to Program Coordinator Terri Dudenhoeffer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Together, we will not remain silent about this injustice and we will push for change.
Georgia Writers Association Board of Directors
Georgia Writers Association is here as a resource for writers at every stage of writing. Our mission is to connect creatives across the state of Georgia and beyond, to uplift marginalized voices, facilitate accessibility within the community, and connect writers so that they can learn from each other.
Whether you’re a novice writer who wants to learn more about craft or you’re an established, award-winning writer, we have resources and opportunities available so that you can both learn from and give back to your creative community. We want to facilitate a world in which every person has a say in their narrative–how it’s written, perceived, and who hears it. In order to help you find your voice and audience, we offer our members complimentary monthly workshops and events, discounted registration for our annual Red Clay Writers Conference, online genre-specific critique groups, a subscription to Poets & Writers, discounts on writing software, and savings on our online courses on craft, publishing, and career management.
Georgia Writers Association presents Q&A Sessions with Georgia Writers on Instagram Live! Fridays at 2:00 PM EST Please join us
Saturday, September 12th, 2020 12:00-2:00 PM on Zoom For next month’s workshop, we’ve got Malcolm Tariq’s “Approaching Poetic Self-Portraiture.” The
Saturday, August 8th, 2020 12:00-2:00 PM on Zoom For next month’s workshop, we’ve got Stephanie Storey’s “Write Like an Actor.”
- FREE Monthly Workshop Admission
- Access to Facebook critique groups
- Access to audio from past monthly workshops
- Complimentary one year subscription to Poets & Writers magazine and MUCH MORE!