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  • 6' Ferrets Writers' Group: Provides tips for those interested in setting up groups, as well as ideas for exercises and events for existing groups.
  • A Novel Approach: An online writing `group` dedicated to helping serious writers and poets perfect their craft. Critique `group` for fiction and poetry.
  • Association of Art Editors: A national `group` whose members exchange information about editorial practices, standards, and job opportunities, both freelance and institutional.
  • Christian Writers Fellowship International: A multi-service ministry for Christians in publishing, with articles on writing skills, networking with other writers, online critique, aids to publication and promotion.
  • Writers' `resource` community providing a supportive, family atmosphere where writers may easily access the tools and resources to create, market, and publish their work
  • Circle of Wine Writers: Authors, broadcasters, journalists, photographers and lecturers who cover the topics of wines and spirits. Contains membership information and a description of the association. (Flash required).
  • Creative Writing in Switzerland: This site offers writing activities, student writings, text features, writing event listings, a biography of Franz Andres Morrissey and a handful of writing-related links.
  • Denia Writers' Circle: A `group` of creative writers who welcome new contributors, new talent, skills and ideas involving creative writing of any sort from around the world. Based in Denia, on the Costa Blanca in Spain.
  • Dimsum Magazine: Online writers workshop and forum from Hong Kong.
  • Electronic Literature Organization: A nonprofit organization with a mission to promote and facilitate the writing, publishing and reading of literature designed for electronic media, ELO's site features industry news, events, chats and links.
  • Eratosphere: A literary discussion forum for post critique of poetry, especially formal poetry, fiction, non-fiction and arts and photography.
  • Faith Writers: Helping Christian writers and freelance writers manage their writing career or start an online ministry.
  • Green City Network: Links to writers resources, tools, tips, including sources for screenwrights and playwrights, and laws on copyright.
  • International Black Writers' and Artists: Primarily oriented toward membership, but includes links, references, and newsletter.
  • International Women's Writing Guild: A network for the empowerment of women through writing.
  • International Writers Guild Club: Text messaging club for those who love to write, where they can share ideas and works to get critique.
  • Journalism and Women Symposium: An organization for women journalists which combats gender bias and fosters education.
  • Media Guilds International: An umbrella organization for broadcast and non-broadcast media people, Literati World Writers is a major peer `group` that networking and involvement in charity events.
  • Momwriters: Writers and writing information for women.
  • Site geared to writers. Share stories, get website help and read writing related articles.
  • National Resume Writers Association: Professional organization.
  • North Carolina Writers Network: A nonprofit literary arts service organization devoted to writers at all stages of development. Site offers courses, conferences, competitions, critiques, calendar of events and hall of fame.
  • Off Campus Writers Workshop: Schedule and membership information for OCWW, offering weekly writing workshops in Chicago's north suburbs: fiction, genre, non-fiction, childrens, plays and screenwriting, and poetry.
  • Official Misc. Writing Web Site: The official website of the misc.writing newsgroup. Provides a forum for discussion of writing in all its forms: scholarly, technical, journalistic, artistic and day-to-day communication.
  • PEN American Center: Membership association of prominent literary writers and editors. As a major voice of the literary community the organization seeks to defend the freedom of expression wherever it may be threatened, and promote and encourage the recognition and reading of contemporary literature.
  • Police Writers Club: Provides writers of both fiction and nonfiction with knowledge, resources and information through shared networking on police methods and sources.
  • Professional Association of Resume Writers: A professional association dedicated to elevating the skills, credibility, visibility, and profitability of specialists in the fields of résumé writing, career coaching, and career counseling.
  • RAHA World Independent Writers: News and works of independent writers around the world, many of whom are subject to persecution.
  • RAHA World Independent Writers: News and works of independent writers around the world, many of whom are subject to persecution.
  • SWET: Society of Writers, Editors & Translators: Membership is defined less by occupation than by a desire to share experience, information, and expertise involving English writing and publishing. Based in Tokyo, Japan.
  • Small Publishers, Artists, and Writers Network: SPAWN provides information and contacts for everyone involved in publishing.
  • Southwest Writers: Devoted to helping writers of all ages across the nation improve their craft. Site features calendar of events, conferences, contests, critique service and The SouthWest Sage newsletter.
  • Story Circle Network: Non-profit organization comprised of women who want to explore and share personal stories. Includes a calendar of events, information about contests, FAQ, and mailing lists.
  • Teachers & Writers OnLine: A nonprofit organization founded by a `group` of writers and educators who believed that writers could make a unique contribution to the teaching of writing.
  • The Amateur Writers Guild: A place to meet fellow writers, chat, post your work, and read others. Includes a message board and java chat.
  • The Filipino Amateur Writers' Guild: For the Filipino amateur fiction writer. Post your works and have them critiqued by fellow members or by visitors, as well as critiqueing works yourself. Best works are compiled in the quarter annually produced publication of the Filipino Amateur Writer's Guild, Pinoy.
  • The Hong Kong Writer's Circle: Workshops, forums, weekly newsletter, and get togethers for writers in Hong Kong and on-line.
  • The New Zealand Writers' Website: Site includes writer resources, contests and competitions, newsletter, and information on marketing and e-publishing.
  • The Words of a Woman Net Society: A `group` of quality female writers, comprised of published and non-published poets. Many pen haiku, sonnets, structured poetry, on subjects of sensuality, romance, life, with observing eyesight and detail.
  • The Writing Parent: Site for writing parents to gain helpful advice and such to help reach success in the writing field while taking care of children. Free zine available; print newsletter for sale.
  • Transmogrify I: Group of writers. Including regular editions of Polyte's Cart, their online magazine.
  • Voices: Barbados Writers' Collective, meets each month for encouragement, networking and readings. The website offers arts news, Caribbean writing profiles, and opportunities for writers of all genres.
  • Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers: An organization for Indigenous Native American and non-native writers, storytellers, filmmakers and journalists.
  • Wordsinhere: An international collective of writers based in The Netherlands. Includes a calendar of literary events in and around The Netherlands.
  • Writer's Critique: Free site for writers who wish to start or join a private critique group. Along with our critique forums, they offer links to other writing sites and reviews.
  • Writers Club International: A non-profit literary organization established by India Inter-Continental Cultural association. Site features directory, membership information, book reviews, readings from Kafla magazine, festival information and writing news.
  • Writing Groups: The care and feeding of a writers group. How to start and keep a `group` growing.
  • Writing/Art for Disabled: Start a hobby, career or therapy with writing or art.
  • WrittenWords: This a place for Christian writers, editors, and webmasters to meet and encourage one another. Contests and links included.

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