The Pamlico Writers Group would like to say

Thank You!

Because of supporters like you, the Pamlico Writers Conference was a huge success. If you have ideas or comment on things you would like to see, please contact the Pamlico Writers Group at: pwgcritique.group@gmail.com or pwgwashingtonnc@gmail.com


 Excerpt from: Washington Daily News

 By: Vail Stewart Rumley

Published and unpublished writers alike flocked to Washington this weekend for the Pamlico Writers Conference at the Turnage Theater. 

Organized by the Pamlico Writers Group, the writers conference gives writers the opportunity to hear from published authors, learn more about their craft and how to get published... Read more

2017 Competition Winners

AND THE WINNERS ARE: Winners of the 2017 Pamlico Writers Literary Competition include: (left to right) Eileen Lettic, (first place, nonfiction), Richard Knowles (second place, nonfiction), Linda Bledsoe (honorable mention, nonfiction), Travis Green (second place, fiction) and Pamela Desloges (honorable mention, fiction).

To read the winning entries click Here.

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Please Contribute to 

High School Scholarship Fund

This fund provides our annual High School Writers Competition Cash Scholarship Awards.

Scholarship Fund Donations

Collected: $966.00
Goal: $1,000.00
97%
Scholarship Funds are used for Cash Scholarships for the winners of the annual High School Literary Competition.

The Pamlico Writers Group would like to say thank you to all who gave to the High School Scholarship fund. You are part of a group who are helping shape the future.

Do you ever search for the right word? Does it sometimes elude you? It does me. I struggle with vocabulary, wanting just the right word to convey a font of information.

Each month I’d like to challenge you to add to my vocabulary list as I search for just the right word.

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Talk of the Conference

Many great things were said about the conference. Here are just a few comments.

"Enjoyed Robin Greene's Wet Ink session, with its meditative opening, and the 10-word-down-to-1-word exercise will prove useful to get the creative juices flowing. Dasan Ahanu's discussion of speaking/reading poetry really made me think about spoken presentation. Richard Krawiec's session that centered on the *appearance* of books/journals made me think about that more than I had before."

"I enjoyed the Poetry Slam, but I do not aspire to become a poet. The most informative session for me was given by Nikki Terpilowski about what she looked for in a manuscript."

"I was inspired by the people who are passionate about writing and learned from those who are experienced teachers. I was impressed by the talent of many of the participants. Overall, I felt comfortable and think the event came off nicely."

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Pamlico Writers Group is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization under Arts of the Pamlico, 150 West Main Street, Washington, NC 27889

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