February 21, 2016

Delaware Writers Group: Rehoboth Beach Writers Guild

The Rehoboth Beach Writers’ Guild (RBWG), established in November 2004, is a non-profit 501c(3) organization dedicated to the fostering of the literary arts in Southern Coastal Delaware.

We are authors, journalists, teachers, retired professors of literature, memoirists, archivists, actors, editors, stand-up comics, songwriters and photographers. Just Plain folk. We’ve been seen in regional, national and international literary journals, trade magazines,and newspapers.
We read our work at literary venues, attend writers’ conferences, book festivals, retreats or fairs. We take writing classes, struggle with writers block and rejection letters, dream of what it would be like to have enough time to write, to get published. Some of us have done this too – had books or chapbooks published by large New York companies, by small independent presses, by self-publishers. We are writers and readers and we number more than 100. You’ll find a comrade in ink, a soul mate in literature, and you’ll be an important part of the world of storytellers.

Writing is about taking risks. It’s about challenges, about unpredictability, about change. And because it’s about those things, it’s exciting, at times frightening. Our crashing wave catches just that.

If you’d like to become a member, click on the membership tab for details. http://rehobothbeachwritersguild.com  You can mail in your application. The page also provides a link to Pay Pal where you can Join or renew your membership.
All info from Rehoboth Beach Writer's Guild site 
Message to Delaware writers-I know there are people interested in the writing profession in Delaware, yet this state is the hardest to fill each year.  Contact  me for more info.  
Special Note:  Happy birthday to my dad, my son in law, three of my friends this week!   

1 comment:

  1. Always wanted to visit, but went West instead. Still, what a wonderful group you appear to have. Angela Raines/Doris McCraw


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