Dallas/Fort Worth has a strong literary community. DFW Writers Workshop is working to bring it together in one place.
Read and Critique. Book Signings. Conferences. Readings. Screenings. Write-Ins. Launches.
It's all here, and it's all for you.
The Workshop continues to meet every Wednesday at 7 p.m., though we currently do it online. Visitors are always welcome. RSVP with the form below for more information and to receive instructions to log in.
Note that there are different forms for members to sign up and for visitors to RSVP.
*If you would like to post an upcoming literary event happening in the metroplex, feel free! We ask that you double-check your listing for accuracy and spelling. We reserve the right to delete any events that do not coincide with our overall nonprofit mission.
The deadline to be included on the list of readers is Wednesday at 6 p.m. (the day of the meeting).
- Please RSVP whether you plan to read or not.
- If you would like to read, enter the number of pages in the space below.
- If not reading, leave the number of pages as zero (0).
- Please go to Zoom Video Conferencing and sign up for a free account using the email address you used for the DFW Writers' Workshop website. This will facilitate breakout room assignments.
- Please do not join the meeting before 6:30 PM on the day of the meeting.
- TO BE INCLUDED IN THE READ LIST YOU MUST RSVP BEFORE 6:00 PM THE DAY OF THE MEETING.
Thank you for your interest in DFW Writers' Workshop!
For over 40 years, DFWWW has met on Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. To keep our members (and visitors!) safe, we currently get together via Zoom Video Conferencing.
Once you RSVP with the form below, you will receive an email with a link and instructions for meeting us online. You will need to sign up for a free Zoom account; using the email address with which you RSVP here will facilitate assigning breakout rooms for critique sessions.
We look forward to seeing you this Wednesday!
Having nearly completed my yearlong book tour of my debut memoir, Normal's Just a Cycle on a Washing Machine, I am repeating my popular continuing ed course at SMU three Thursday evenings in June. Night one is the basics of self publishing not using Create Space or Amazon. Second evening is the production process. Third evening is the business of bookselling and building a platform. Doesn't matter what stage your book is in or what type it is, just a boost to get it out there.