• Be discovered by readers, agents and other authors

  • Become a part of a growing family of writers

  • Take advantage of media distribution

  • Win FREE admission to our 2018 Writers' Conference

  • Get up to $110.00 worth of additional prizes for 1st Place

  • Three Category to choose from

    • Fiction

    • Non-fiction

    • Poetry



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If you love to write, and want your work to be seen, today is your opportunity. Now until September 30, 2017 you can enter your work for FREE.

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The Pamlico Writers' Group of Washington, North Carolina, is pleased to announce its first ever search for the Heart of the Pamlico Poet Laureate to represent Eastern North Carolina. If you are interested in this position, click on this link: Heart of the Pamlico Poet Laureate.

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Featured Authors

Many books allow us to escape the cares of this world, and enter places we have never been. Today, we are featuring some of those authors and their works. Please join us as we take a trip and explore new adventures with their books.

We would like to hear your comments about this site or any suggestions you may have at: The Pamlico Writers' Group.

D. A. Lay

 Donna Anderson Lay was born in 1941 on what had been a slave plantation in eastern North Carolina in the not too distant past. The plantation had been downsized to a big farm operated mostly by poor tenant farmers, both black and white. Donna is married to Robert Lay and lives in Washington, North Carolina. They have one son, John. She is involved in politics and church work as well as local charities, and has retired from being a nurse for 39 years. She has also been a real estate broker, writes poetry and gospel songs, and is the backup singer for The Waymarkers.

  Liz Olfson has seen a lot in her long life, but she can still remember when she was 5 years old and into as much trouble as she could find. Unfortunately for her long suffering Mama there was a lot of trouble to get into. In Eastern North Carolina, in 1942, there were fish to catch, bootleggers to talk to, ghosts to watch out for, and a murder to solve. There is also the sea that always felt like home to her. The great depression didn't end quickly in rural Eastern North Carolina and poverty was a way of life for her family. Fortunately, her easygoing Daddy was able to keep things lively with stories that always kept Liz's spirits up.


To get her book click: HERE

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High School Scholarship Fund

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

Scholarship Fund Donations

Collected: $634.25
Goal: $1,000.00
63%
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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Local Business Helps With High School Anthology


Beverly Horvath, in an effort to promote education through the arts, has agreed to film the winners of the Pamlico Writers' Group Middle and High School anthology contest. The film will be in a youtub format of the students preforming their work. This will be place on youtub and the Pamlico Writers' Group website.

Mrs. Horvath, is a professional videographer and film editor who's love for students and the arts has made this possible. We would like to thank her for supporting the students and the Pamlico Writers' Group.

Show her your gratitude by sending her an e-mail at: southcreekmedia@gmail.com

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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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