Archive for September, 2013

Worldbuilding for Writers

By Caridad Pineiro As an author, you do hold the world in the palm of your hands when creating your novel. This is particularly true if you are writing science […]

Women’s Fashions of the 19th Century

By Inez Calendar Women’s fashions of the 19th century can be divided into two basic categories – Regency and Victorian. The Regency era ushered in the century and is named […]

September Social Media News for Writers

By Alma Katsu Hate the new tabs in Gmail? Me, too. This article from Mashable might give you an idea of how to make them more useful and less, well, […]

Leadership/Volunteer Opportunities

WRW Members:   We have a list of immediate leadership/volunteer opportunities within WRW.   LEADERSHIP/VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES •Assistant to the Treasurer – We need a member to help the treasurer with administrative duties. […]

Vote for Our New Logo!

WRW Members ~ Please take a moment today to vote on the updated WRW logo. After some feedback, we’ve added our original logo to the choices.  This poll is different […]

WRW Members Celebrate in September

Mary Behre received a contract offer during her pitch session at RWA Nationals and is pleased to announce she’s now officially represented by agent Nalini Akolekar of Spencer Hill Associates. […]

October 5, 2013 Meeting

Join us on October 5, 2013, at the Marymount University’s Ballston Conference Center in Arlington, VA, for a workshop on “Upping the Ante: How to Create and Sustain Conflict in Your […]

Read with Washington Loves Romance – September

Say hello to fall with two great reads on Washington Loves Romance (http:/www.facebook.com/WashingtonLovesRomance). This month we’re reading Speak of the Devil by Allison Leotta (Sept. 1-15) and Single Witch’s Survival […]

2013 National Book Festival

  Authors and poets Margaret Atwood, Marie Arana, Taylor Branch, Don DeLillo, Khaled Hosseini, Barbara Kingsolver, Brad Meltzer, Joyce Carol Oates, Katherine Paterson and U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey will […]