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    • 05/17/2022
    • 10:00 AM
    • 06/30/2022
    • 11:30 PM
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    VWC Symposium Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities

    Sponsoring the Virginia Writers Club 2022 Symposium

    The Virginia Writers Club (VWC), founded in 1918, is one of the oldest organizations of its kind in the United States. Comprised of chapters throughout the Commonwealth, the Virginia Writers Club is dedicated to fostering the art, craft, business and advocacy of the literary arts.

    In 2022 VWC will host its eleventh annual Navigating Your Writing Life: Your Writing Journey  live and in-person on August 6, 2022. All COVID safety protocols will be followed

    This year’s keynote speaker will be Bradly Harper, Army Pathologist turned author, whose book, A Knife in the Fog, won the 2019 Killer Nashville Silver Falchion for Best Mystery and the Edgar for Best First Novel. 

    Sponsoring the symposium is a fun and impactful way to promote literacy in the Commonwealth as well as offer the attendees information about goods, services, and opportunities for writers and those interested in writing.

    See our sponsorship opportunities below. You can get your sponsor space reserved using the Buy Now button through PayPal, or contact LeslieTruex@gmail.com if you'd like to mail a check.


    See logo and ad specs in advertising section below.

    Bronze Level ($100):

    • Sponsor name/logo with link featured on the VWC Symposium website and Facebook
    • Logo placement in the Symposium booklet given to all participants 
    • ¼ page advertisement in the symposium booklet

    Silver Level ($200): 

    • Sponsor name/logo with link featured on the VWC Symposium website and Facebook
    • Logo placement in the Symposium booklet given to all participants
    • ½ page advertisement in the Symposium booklet

    Gold Level ($300+): 

    • Sponsor name/logo with link featured on the VWC Symposium website and Facebook
    • Logo placement in the Symposium booklet given to all participants 
    • Full-page advertisement in the Symposium booklet

    Additional sponsorship opportunities include, but are not limited to: 

    • Provision of door prizes
    • Financial support to offset the symposium costs, such as sponsorship specific workshops

    VWC is also open to additional suggestions for support that sponsors may suggest.

    To discuss symposium sponsorship opportunities, contact Leslie Truex at LeslieTruex[at]gmail.com


    Place your ad in the symposium book that includes all speaker materials and is given to every participant.  

    Quarter page: $25

    Half page: $50 

    Whole page: $75

    PLEASE NOTE: Ads that appear in the Symposium book will be printed in black and white. Sponsorship ads will be in color on the book cover, website, and social media, but black and white in the interior of the book. If you'd like to submit color and black-white versions of your ad, you can. 

    To advertise in the digital Symposium Book, given to all attendees and presenters, contact Leslie Truex at LeslieTruex[at]gmail.com

    Please order by June 24, 2022 and have your sponsor and ad materials to Leslie by June 30, 2022 


    • 07/06/2022
    • 7:00 PM
    • ZOOM

    Zoom Social with Bradley Harper: Reflections on his studies in Scotland. Email Sonja McGiboney at smcgphoto@gmail.com for the zoom link. 

    • 07/09/2022
    • 1:00 PM
    • Virtual

    Join the Riverside Writers Club on 9 July to learn about how to social media marketing from Jenna Grinstead.

    We meet at 1 pm eastern via WebEx. Our meetings are open to the public, so please feel free to join us:

    About the Topic

    In this presentation, we’ll explore each of the major social media platforms that are popular today including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin, Snapchat and Tiktok. We’ll discuss their target audience, how they are successfully levered by authors to build their platform and how to decide which platforms best fit your author brand. We’ll also discuss tools that can help you build and maintain a social media presence more effectively.

    About the Speaker

    Jenna Grinstead is a whimsical Midwesterner with a penchant for magic, and a deep desire for a world where the weird and different are embraced and celebrated. She is a graduate of The Ohio State University where she studied journalism. She found a way to turn her imagination and creativity into a career in marketing, while writing romance, young adult and middle grade fiction. She has conducted workshops and spoken on writing, world-building, social media and marketing for writers, students, parents and business owners. When she’s not plotting her next story you can find her devouring novels and mint chocolate chip ice cream in her house with California Poppies painted across the garage.

    • 08/06/2022
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • PVCC 501 College Dr, Charlottesville, VA 22902

    Twelfth Annual Navigating Your Writing Life Symposium:

    Reel in the Stories:

    Fishing for Writing Solutions

    August 6, 2022

    This year's Navigating Your Life Symposium will be in-person at Piedmont Virginia Community College in Charlottesville Virginia. 

    We are excited to have Bradley Harper as our keynote speaker. 

    Bradley Harper is a retired US Army Colonel and pathologist with extensive experience in autopsies and forensic investigation. Along with clinical experience, he had four commands, and is the only non-Italian to ever receive the Knights of Malta award for his support of the Italian Army. A life-long fan of Sherlock Holmes, upon retirement he received his Associates in Creative Writing from Full Sail University, to help him write the book–A Knife in the Fog–that he’d always wanted to read. Each Christmas, he and his wife play Mr. & Mrs. Claus.

    Early Bird Registration is from June 1 to June 30th.

    Early Bird price is $55 for members and $65 for non-members. 

    After July 1, prices will be $65 for members and $75 for non-members.

    Registration includes access to all workshops, the symposium booklet, plus morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack.

    Attending Speakers and Workshops

    Betsy Ashton  You: Ways to build a brand to present you and your books in the best ways possible  

    Brand You: Ways to build a brand to present you and your books in the best ways possible The workshop will combine reader-facing activities, including, but not limited to, your website, publishing a periodic newsletter, to blog or not to blog, facing down social media, and advertising. Participants are asked to bring samples of their marketing activities for group discussion.

    Betsy Ashton is an award-winning author for the 2021 Firebird Book Awards for Out of the Desert and Betrayal. Born in Washington, DC, Betsy claims she was raised in Southern California where she ran wild with coyotes in the hills above Malibu, even though her mother challenged her memory. She writes in multiple genres: mysteries, serial killer psychological suspense, and suspense. Her short stories and poetry have appeared in several anthologies. An activist in her earlier years, she earned the nickname of “Buckshot Betsy,” during a march in California. You’ll have to ask her for details. Reach her at www.betsy-ashton.com.

    Robert Boucheron  Writing for magazines

    Writing for magazines Rivanna Review is a new print quarterly for stories, essays, poems, and book reviews, website rivannareview.com. As editor, I am looking for Virginia writers and topics related to Virginia.

    Robert Boucheron is an architect in Charlottesville, Virginia and the editor of Rivanna Review. His short stories and essays appear in Alabama Literary Review, Bellingham Review, Concrete Desert Review, Fiction International, Louisville Review, New Haven Review, and Saturday Evening Post. His flash fiction appears online in magazines linked at robertboucheron.com.

    James Cole  Negative Capability

    Negative Capability- deriving from the creative theories of John Keats, this class will explore the nature of doubt, uncertainty, and fraud in the generation of compelling literature. How does indulgence in mere perceptions over actual truth help good poems become great? How can such willful misunderstandings compel readers in prose? This class will explore concepts of literary authenticity and use of compelling image, concept, and narrative to better express our ideas.

    James Cole is a writer, poet, filmmaker, and scientist based out of Charlottesville, VA. He is currently working on his Ph.D. in neuroscience at the University of Virginia Medical School, where he studies retinal development. His work has appeared in numerous publications, including Rudderless Mariner Poetry, Oddball Magazine, and Poetica Review. In 2019, he released his first collection, Crow, come home, through VerbalEyze Press. He is an instructor at WriterHouse, founder of the Charlottesville Poetry Critique Circle, and host of the Poetry Live! showcase at Live Arts Theater.

    April Michelle Davis:  Using Your Book to Develop Multiple Streams of Income

    April Michelle Davis is a freelance editor, indexer, and proofreader. She is the executive director of the National Association for Independent Writers and Editors (NAIWE), the founder of Editorial Inspirations, the coordinator for the Virginia chapter of the Editorial Freelancers Association (EFA), and a lifetime member of the American Copy Editors Society (ACES). She teaches courses through her own companies, as well as for associations and colleges on topics such as editing, indexing, grammar, writing, and macros.

    Connie Dowell First Steps in Self Editing

    Connie B. Dowell is a writer of cozy mysteries, children's fiction, and nonfiction for writers, as well as a freelance editor and book coach. She hosts two writing-related podcasts: Authoring Onward and Let's Start Writing.

    First Steps in Self Editing: This workshop will cover simple steps writers can take to revise their plots and prose before submitting for traditional publishing or getting their book edited in preparation for self publishing. Solid self editing skills will save writers time and help them get an even stronger result from the formal editorial process.

    Scott Ellis  Every Fourth Reader is Listening: Getting Your Book Into Their Ears

    This presentation covers understanding the process of getting your book into audio. We will cover the vocabulary involved, understanding the steps as well as the costs and returns on investment.

    I am Scott Ellis, an award-winning audiobook narrator and producer. I have narrated over 60 audiobooks and coached several authors through the production of their first projects. I've also assisted authors who choose to narrate their own projects and facilitated the process. Being a retired teacher, I love to teach and have an online classroom where I instruct people who would like to become narrators and voice actors. My wife and I started our official audiobook production business, Scott Ellis Reads, in 2019 although I have been narrating since 2016 and she's been producing alongside me since 2017. We now have a team of 18 people that work in narrating, editing, marketing and a managing our business with us.

    Diane Fanning Interviewing Tips for Fact or Fiction: How to get them talking, keep them talking and get all the information you need and more than you expected  

    Diane Fanning is the Edgar-nominated, best selling author of fifteen true crime books and 11 mysteries and a recipient of the Defender of Innocence award from the Innocence Project. She has served as a consultant to 48 Hours, is a regular presence on 14 seasons of Deadly Women, and appeared on the Today Show, 20/20, Forensic Files, Snapped, the Biography Channel, Investigation Discovery, E! and the BBC as well as numerous cable network news shows and radio stations across the States and Canada. Raised in Baltimore County, she moved to Virginia, then south Texas, and she now lives in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Bedford, Virginia. http://dianefanning.com

    *Bradley Harper Workshop: Sherlock Holmes as Science Fiction. How the world's most famous fictional detective inspired the first crime lab.

    Bradley Harper is a retired US Army Colonel and pathologist with extensive experience in autopsies and forensic investigation. Along with clinical experience, he had four commands, and is the only non-Italian to ever receive the Knights of Malta award for his support of the Italian Army. A life-long fan of Sherlock Holmes, upon retirement he received his Associates in Creative Writing from Full Sail University, to help him write the book–A Knife in the Fog–that he’d always wanted to read. Each Christmas, he and his wife play Mr. & Mrs. Claus.

    Troy Houston  Intent on Intent: Helping writers and poets identify the message or purpose of their piece to assist in word choice, thematic approach, and overall structure of their writing

    The presentation will cover the purpose of identifying a message before introducing a work to the public, tools to help understand what the current work is saying, and how those tools can also be used to dictate form and carry a message through to the reader.

    I am a consultant who has worked on informative, and academic writing for the past six years to a variety of customers. While most of my work is a compilation of disparate information with analytic predictions, the art of crafting a narrative to engage and assist the reader in understanding the information lead to my poetic hobby. To take the abstract and put it into an emotional work that a reader carries with them to other parts of their life brings me joy and I hope to share that with others in this seminar.

    Patti Procopi  Writing a Memoir - Fact or Fiction

    Every life is a story or has at least several stories in it worth writing about. Most of us are not famous but there is probably something in our lives that could help other people who are struggling with family issues or just want an entertaining read about an interesting family in a particular place and time. Sometimes though, writing a memoir might be difficult if some of the people in your life don't want stories about the family to be "out there". So the other option is to fictionalize your life story. I will explain how I use incidents from my life and other family member's lives to create a story. I call it fictionalized biography. Let's talk about how to put the story of your life into a non-fiction book or a novel.

    I am a former army brat who lived all over the world before settling in rural Virginia. I worked at two area history museums for 32 years. After retiring I took up writing. I've had one novel published and my second one will be out this year. I've won a couple of contest awards and published some short stories. I have been on panels for the Virginia Association of Museums, the Peninsula Museum Forum and the Museum Stores Association. I set up a two day conference for the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Museum Stores Association and was also one of the main speakers at that conference. I spoke about developing childrens books for the museum stores.

    Susan Schwartz How do I begin a non-fiction book? The ins and out

    I have been an avid writer for around 17 years doing everything from writing freelance articles to editing manuscripts for other authors. I also love to write horror stories that have a twist at the end. 

    My alter ego is an Operating Room Nurse/Nurse Educator who loves creating tales from the interesting and weird things I have seen. I am a member of the Horror Writers Association, the Nonfiction Authors Association, and the Virginia Writers Club where I serve as 1st Vice-President. I have two novels in the works, a paranormal romance and a medical thriller. My non-fiction book, Haunted Charlottesville, was released in May 2019. 

    David Simms   Building New Worlds

    How to Immerse Your Readers Into Inventive Settings. Interesting in speculative fiction but haven't grown up on Star Wars or Game of Thrones? Learn fun ways to create believable settings through interesting activities using psychology, art, and other realms that will immerse readers into worlds that will create the perfect illusion. Using the techniques of best-selling authors and renowned psychologists, this workshop will help writers create novels that are worlds of their own. You might want to bring some pencils or crayons!

    David Simms lives in Staunton and works as a psychology/English teacher, counselor, music therapist, ghost tour guide, and book reviewer. When free time permits, he moonlights in the Slushpile band on lead guitar after co-founding the Killer Thriller Band with F. Paul Wilson, Heather Graham, and David Morrell, which has played across America to promote literacy and questionable musicianship. He sold his first short story twenty years ago and has published a few dozen since then in various genres. His first novel, DARK MUSE (dark fantasy) was re-released in 2020 as a middle grade novel that celebrates the music in schools as well as children with disabilities. FEAR THE REAPER, a historical thriller(Crossroad Press) was the first novel about the American eugenics program which directly influenced Hitler, one of the darkest chapters in the country's history that isn't found in history text books. His new novels, SIX VOWS UNDER and VAGABOUNDS (scifi/fantasy adventure)will be published in the fall/winter.

    J E Tobin Illusions of Speech? Writing Great Dialogue

    Dialogue has the power to connect the inner life of your characters with the inner life of your readers. In this interactive workshop, we will explore the elements of dialogue that harness this power to breathe life into a novel’s characters and drive its action. Through the use of examples and exercises, you will learn the forms, functions, and purposes of writing effective dialogue. Learn how to eliminate some common mistakes that undermine credibility. Try your hand at crafting words and sentences that reveal and sparkle. Leave the workshop with resources for further learning.

    J. E. Tobin moved to New York City after college with a journalism degree and dreams of becoming a writer. After writing two off-Broadway plays for the Circle Repertory Company and children’s books for MacMillan, he watched from a rowboat as his first novel burned in a New Hampshire hotel fire. As a result, his writing shifted to textbooks and scholarly articles as he pursued a career as an educator and psychologist. Only when his son convinced him to revisit his dream, did he return to writing fiction. When We Were Wolves, his debut novel, was published on May 15, 2022. Whoopi Goldberg says it's "a novel that's going to stay with me." Brian Castleberry calls it "a timely gut-punch of a book."  J. E. Tobin and his wife, Jean, reside in Williamsburg, Virginia, the fictionalized setting for his novel.

    Jack Trammell  Written an article or essay but wish it was a book?

    This session will share the secrets of making that transition happen quickly and smoothly. Many a good book started out as a smaller project; don't let the fictional enormity of a "book" stop you from a non-fiction success.

    Jack Trammell is award-winning professor, blogger, writer, columnist, social critic, and grandfather. He has published more than two dozen books and hundreds of smaller projects (some of which grew up to be books). He can be reached at jacktrammell@yahoo.com

    Leslie Truex   How Write Up to 5,000 Words Per Hour with Dictation

    Have you heard writers tout the benefits of diction, but haven’t considered it because dictation is too awkward, too slow, and too disruptive to creative flow? Leslie Truex thought the same thing until a repetitive strain injury forced her to use dictation to continue her work as a freelance writer and author. From day one, she doubled and then tripled her writing output through dictation. In this workshop, you’ll learn common reasons writers resist diction and the benefits in time, productivity, and health of overcoming that resistance (beyond writing more in less time), dictation tools and software for every budget and writing goal, and the pros and cons of each option, equipment for quality dictation. tips to overcoming the awkwardness of speaking your book and saying punctuation, ways to improve the speed and quality of dictation to get close to the 5,000 words per hour mark, and ore ways dictation can assist your writing career.

    Leslie Truex is an author, ghost writer, speaker, and literary agent. She has written several home-based career and writing books, published over a dozen fiction books under her pen name, and produced over 50 books for ghost writing clients. After developing RSI in her fingers, she started writing using dictation, increasing her output 3-fold. She owns an online community for romance writers and serves as the President of the Virginia Writers Club.

    Mark Tuchman  Prepare to Publish. Your text is edited and ready to go. Illustrations are final and ready to go. What comes next?  

    How do you go from here to holding a printed book that looks like it came off the presses at one of the Big Five publishers? The quick answer is “book design and art production.” The goal of this session is to demystify what happens in that space between “written” and “published.”

    Mark Tuchman is a graphic designer, art director, illustrator (editorial and book), and creator of the award-winning self-published novelty picture book Hanukkah with Uncle Reuben: Not Santa, but Not Bad. By day, Mark is the creative director at a magazine for school librarians. To see some of Mark’s work, visit: https://markmywordz.myportfolio.com/


    Plus don't miss a chance to win any of the great prizes these awesome companies have donated to the event!

    Don't Wait. Use the Registration options to the left to register now!

    Early Bird Registration is from June 1 to June 30th.

    Early Bird price is $55 for members and $65 for non-members. 

    After July 1, prices will be $65 for members and $75 for non-members.

    Registration includes access to all workshops, the symposium booklet, plus morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack.

    • 08/13/2022
    • 1:00 PM
    • Virtual

    Join the Riverside Writers Club on 13 August to learn what film structure can teach us about crafting our stories.

    We meet at 1 pm eastern via WebEx. Our meetings are open to the public, so please feel free to join us:

    About the Topic

    The world of film is filled with comedy and drama, sci-fi and fantasy, thriller and romance, and everything in-between, but what many don’t realize is that nearly every film boils down to the same three-act structure. Novels and memoirs are different, based upon a less precise formula of inciting incident, rising action, climax, falling action, and denouement. But there’s a lot we can learn about general story structure by focusing on three-act film structure. This talk will explore what three-act structure teaches us about how and why stories are constructed, and how these lessons can be incorporated into our own writing.

    About the Speaker

    Developmental editor Harrison Demchick came up in the world of small press publishing, working along the way on more than eighty published novels and memoirs. He’s also the author of 2012 literary horror novel The Listeners and short stories including “Tailgating” (Tales to Terrify, 2020) and “The Yesterday House” (Aurealis, 2020), and as a screenwriter his first film Ape Canyon was released in April 2021. Harrison is currently accepting new clients in fiction and memoir at the Writer’s Ally (https://thewritersally.com/).

    • 11/12/2022
    • 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • VFW Post 9808, 7168 Flag Ln, Mechanicsville, VA 23111

    The Hanover Book Expo 2022 will be held at the VFW Post 9808 in Mechanicsville, VA on Saturday, November 12, 2022. 

    If you would like to be a participating author, contact Joanne Liggan via email at joliggan@gmail.com. 

    Registration forms are not yet available, however, you may keep an eye on our website for information on previous events and watch for details on the upcoming event. http://www.hanoverbookfestival.com 

Past events

06/11/2022 Free Marketing Webinar (virtual only)
06/11/2022 VWC Board Meeting
06/04/2022 Flash Ekphrastic writing presented by Chesapeake Bay Writers
05/14/2022 Free Workshop (in person)
04/20/2022 Chesapeake Bay Writers General Meeting & Luncheon
03/27/2022 Author Reading by VM Roberts
03/26/2022 Chesapeake Bay Writers BOOK PARADE
03/18/2022 2nd Act Books presents Poetry Reading
03/17/2022 Searching for Women Writers and Reading the Dead
03/13/2022 Author Reading by VM Roberts
02/16/2022 Chesapeake Bay Writers General Meeting & Luncheon
11/13/2021 Hanover Book Expo 2021
11/06/2021 VWC Annual Meeting 2021
09/15/2021 Connie Lapallo to retrace her path from page to screen at CBW luncheon meeting
09/11/2021 VWC Board of Governors Meeting
08/07/2021 2021 Symposium Sponsorship
08/06/2021 2021 VWC Symposium - Your Writing Journey: Shooting for the Stars!
05/26/2021 Globel/Virtual Open Mic
02/06/2021 Board of Governors meeting
11/07/2020 VWC Annual Meeting 2020
08/01/2020 2020 Symposium Sponsorship
05/02/2020 VWC 2nd Quarter 2020 BOG Meeting
02/01/2020 1st Board of Governors Meeting of 2020
11/24/2019 Solveig Eggerz at Book People
11/16/2019 Northern Virginia Chapter NaNoWriMo Write-in
11/02/2019 Annual Meeting 2019 Registration
06/01/2019 2nd Quarter BOG Meeting
04/27/2019 Hanover Book Festival 2019
02/02/2019 Board of Governors 1st Quarter Meeting
11/03/2018 Registration: Symposium
11/02/2018 Registration: Annual Meeting Guest Only
11/02/2018 Registration: Annual Meeting
11/02/2018 2018 Annual Meeting & Symposium Registration
11/02/2018 2018 Annual Meeting & Symposium Speaker Registration
10/27/2018 Blue Ridge Writers Book Fair - SOLD OUT!
09/08/2018 Board of Governors Meeting
05/18/2018 Writing as Art, Editing and Publishing - Free Workshop
05/17/2018 Writing as Art, Editing and Publishing - Free Workshop
05/17/2018 A Rockfish Valley Poet and His Camera - A Book Signing and Discussion
05/05/2018 Board of Governors Meeting
04/28/2018 Hanover Book Festival
03/21/2018 2018 VA Festival of the Book
02/13/2018 2018 College Scholarship Application Period Now Open
02/03/2018 Board of Governors Meeting
11/18/2017 Charlottesville Book Fair
11/04/2017 2017 Annual Meeting, Awards Ceremony & Centennial Launch
10/15/2017 2018 Teen Golden Nib Writing Contest
10/14/2017 2-in-1 Writing Workshop in Luray, VA
10/14/2017 7th Annual Parade of Prose
10/09/2017 Feature-Writing Workshop
08/05/2017 2017 Navigating Your Writing Life Symposium
06/21/2017 [WRITER'S RETREAT] "Finding Esse: Nurturing the Soul of the Writer"
06/17/2017 [Guest Speaker] Bryan Nowak, Paranormal Suspense Author - "My Experiences Writing & Publishing Genre Fiction"
05/24/2017 Brad Parks and Domnica Radulescu at Ox-Eye Vineyards
05/15/2017 2017 Golden Nib Writing Contest
05/13/2017 May 13, 2017 Board of Governors Meeting
04/29/2017 Mapping Your Writing Journey
04/22/2017 Hanover Book Festival 2017
04/15/2017 Tips & Steps to Take When Freelancing the Nonfiction Article
03/22/2017 2017 VA Festival of the Book
02/25/2017 TEEN WRITERS - New Fredericksburg Group
02/11/2017 Inaugural Meeting - Skyline Writers' Circle
02/04/2017 February 2017 BoG Meeting
12/10/2016 E-Nunciator Newsletter Submission Deadline for Winter Edition
11/05/2016 2016 Annual Meeting & Awards Banquet
10/08/2016 6th Annual Parade of Prose
09/17/2016 VWC September 2016 Board of Governors Meeting - NOTE CHANGE IN DATE
09/10/2016 E-Nunciator Newsletter deadline for Fall Edition
08/06/2016 Navigating Your Writing Life 2016 Symposium
07/09/2016 Lake Writers Present Diane Fanning
06/10/2016 2016 Appalachian Heritage Writers Symposium
06/10/2016 E-Nunciator Newsletter Summer Edition Submission Deadline
06/09/2016 Lake Writers Present Kathleen Grissom
05/31/2016 Lake Writers Present Sharyn McCrumb
05/12/2016 Lake Writers Present James Nagy
05/07/2016 Board of Governors Meeting
05/01/2016 2016 Summer Shorts Writing Contest
03/16/2016 #VAWriters at 2016 VA Festival of the Book
03/10/2016 E-Nunciator Newsletter Submission Deadline
02/16/2016 2016 Golden Nib contest
02/13/2016 VWC College Scholarship Competition
01/28/2016 VWC February 2016 Board of Governors Meeting
12/31/2015 E-Nunciator Newsletter Winter Edition
12/10/2015 E-Nunciator Newsletter Submission Deadline for Winter Edition
11/07/2015 2015 Annual Meeting & Awards Banquet
10/11/2015 In the Company of Laureates: Oct 11 "Poets Laureate Day" Prince William County
09/30/2015 E-Nunciator Newsletter Fall Edition
09/12/2015 VWC September 2015 Board of Governors Meeting
09/09/2015 E-Nunciator Newsletter deadline for Fall Edition
08/01/2015 Navigating Your Writing Life 2015 Symposium
06/30/2015 E-Nunciator Newsletter Summer Edition
06/12/2015 Appalachian Writers Heritage Symposium
06/10/2015 E-Nunciator Newsletter Summer Edition Submission Deadline
05/17/2015 2015 Teen Golden Nib contest
05/02/2015 VWC May 2015 Board of Governors Meeting
03/31/2015 E-Nunciator Newsletter Spring Edition
03/10/2015 E-Nunciator Newsletter Submission Deadline
02/07/2015 VWC February 2015 Board of Governors Meeting
11/01/2014 Annual Meeting
09/11/2014 FALL FOR THE BOOK
09/06/2014 Sept. BOG Meeting
08/02/2014 Navigating Your Writing Life: Finding Your Way
05/03/2014 May 3rd BOG Meeting
05/01/2014 2014 Summer Shorts Writing Contest
05/01/2014 2014 Golden Nib contest
04/12/2014 12th Annual Celebration of Poetry
03/23/2014 - A VITAL FUSION - The Writer and the Community
03/19/2014 2014 Virginia Festival of the Book
02/08/2014 VWC Board of Governors Meeting
11/02/2013 2013 VWC Annual Meeting & Awards Banquet
09/26/2013 Fall for the Book - "What's Cooking?"
09/02/2013 CANCELLED: VWC Board of Governors Meeting
08/03/2013 Kathleen Grissom, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Kitchen House
08/03/2013 Navigating Your Writing Life 2013: A Symposium for Writers on the Journey to Publication
06/14/2013 Appalachian Heritage Writers Symposium
06/01/2013 VWC Board of Governors Meeting
04/20/2013 Getting Your Book or Manuscript Ready for Self-Publishing or Traditional Publishing
04/13/2013 11th Annual Celebration of Poetry
04/12/2013 2013 Golden Nib contest
03/20/2013 Virginia Festival of the Book
03/20/2013 VWC Board of Governors Meeting
03/01/2013 Teen Golden Nib Writing Contest Deadline
02/23/2013 Playwriting Workshop
11/03/2012 2012 VWC Annual Meeting & Awards Banquet
09/29/2012 Screenwriting with Richard Krevolin - Fall for the Book
09/29/2012 Self-publishing panel - Fall for the Book
09/08/2012 VWC 3rd Qtr. Board of Governors Meeting
08/04/2012 Navigating Your Writing Life 2012
05/01/2012 2012 Young Writers Golden Nib Contest
04/27/2012 2012 Virginia Writers Club College Scholarship
01/24/2012 2012 Innaugural Testing Phase
11/12/2011 2011 Annual Meeting
07/23/2011 Some Kind of Make Believe!
01/02/2011 Spring Shorts Contest
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