MWN Blog Archive Rochester Hills Writers’ Group @Meetup, Update & Deadline for Contest via @talktravel

Writers’ Group and Deadline for Contest

Freelance Marketplace Writers’ Group

The next meeting is Tuesday, February 16, at the Rochester Hills Barnes & Noble Bookstore at 7:30 p.m. Our meeting location could be anywhere in the store – look for us in the events area, the back end of the used book department, or anywhere in between. We meet the third Tuesday of the month to discuss the business of writing. It’s free and open to new, working, and published writers. Come once, once in a while, or every time.

Winter Writing Contest Deadline Approaching

The Rochester Writers’ Winter writing contest is NOW accepting submissions. Low Entry Fee – Big Fun – Cash Prizes. Deadline is February 29.

Save the Date!

Rochester Writers will host two writer conferences this year. Saturdays April 23 and October 8. Both are one-day events, 9 am – 5 pm, held at Oakland University in Rochester. The Spring Event will focus on Character Development. The Fall Event will be our 9th annual general writers’ conference. Details and Registration for theApril 23 conference will be coming soon – watch for announcements.

Now on Meetup

Rochester Writers has joined Meetup. The Writers’ Group, Contests, Conferences, and More! It’s free to sign-up. Find us at: http://www.meetup.com/ Rochester-Writers-Writing- Groups-Conferences-Contests/

http://www.rochesterwriters.com/


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