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Who we are:

Whether you’re just learning the writing craft, spending much of your time working on a literary project, or writing for a living, you’re a perfect fit for our group.

We are a not-for-profit writers’ group dedicated to providing networking opportunities, feedback, education, and motivational support to our members. With a few exceptions, we meet every fourth Saturday of the month. The business meetings start at 9:00 (members only) and the presentations begin around 10:15. The annual cost to members is $30, which defrays speaker fees and other expenses. Our diverse membership includes published and not-yet-published authors of all genres. Every few months we gather for group critique sessions. We encourage people to check out a meeting and/or presentation for free before signing up to become a part of our network.

Meeting

Next Meeting: February 23 -- Critique Session

LCRW will present the first of three critique sessions. Works of up to 2500 words in any genre will be reviewed by group members with feedback and comments.  Start time for critique sessions is 9:00AM. Email your entry and contact information to: lcrwmembership@gmail.com. ALL manuscripts must be emailed to the moderator by MIDNIGHT on Friday, February 15th. (Note, this is eight days before the critique session.)

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Critique

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Writing Contests

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Free Contests

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Weekly Writing Contests

Weekly Writing Contests

Free Writing Contests is your source for a listing of 2019 writing contests that you can enter. The largest collection of writing contests - hand-picked for writers of all skill levels. Your online location for an updated list of writing contests from around the world delivered daily.

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