Membership Renewal

August 8, 2016

 

Time to Renew!
ALL members renew in September. Annual dues are still $36 (student rate $24). 
Please renew by September 1. 
To be included in the online Directory, you MUST renew no later than Sept. 15

We know that life can get busy, and even important things, such as renewing your membership, can slip your mind.  But, we don’t want you to miss any of your membership benefits. Remember only members can participate in...

  • Critique groups for a variety of genres

  • Book showcases on wswriters.org and at Bookmarks (Sept. 10, 2016)

  •  Opportunities to promote your own books and writing throughout the year

  • Writers’ Night Out, a fun potluck gathering of members talking about writing and life.

  • Discounts on contests and special program fees.


In addition, as a member, you have the satisfaction of knowing you are supporting a community where writing is valued and encouraged. Become part of the team that brings us: 

  • Poetry in Plain Sight, placing well-crafted poems to public places including storefronts and public buses

  • Newsletters for members and non-members full of writing-related information and resources

  • Regular programs, craft workshops, and author talks

  • Monthly Open Mic Nights

  • Writing Contests: 10-Minute Play and Flying South, literary magazine of essays, prose, and poetry* (Renew by Sept. 15 and you will receive a special member’s discount on the new 2016 issue of Flying South, the literary magazine sponsored by WSWriters. $10 list price / $8 discount price.)


This is a gentle reminder that NOW is the time to renew online at www.wswriters.org OR send your check for $36 (student rate $24) to:
Rob McOuat, Treasurer
3830 Whitehaven Road
Winston-Salem, NC  27106

Please do it today! Questions?
Contact membership@wswriters.org

Regards,
Barbara Mellin, VP for Membership

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