The Pamlico Writers’ mission is to create an opportunity for published and unpublished writers to improve their art through workshops, networking, and critiques with professional authors, editors, agents, book designers, and publishers.
We encourage the development and use of marketing skills and strategies to provide a platform for adult writers to share their work. We sponsor separate competition for high school students, encouraging development and refinement of creative writing.
Michelle Flye, holding flowers, has been a lover of poetry since first reading e.e. cummings in third grade. She feels that the best way to promote poetry is through classes with children. Michelle has taught several poetry workshops for third, fourth and fifth graders at Epiphany School of Global Studies. In the summer of 2019, she…
How can someone who seemingly has everything be so alone? Everything seems to be great in his life on the outside,
Ever wondered what it takes to publish a book? Whether it’s a memoir or a novel, if you are an indie author, either self published or with a small press much of the publishing responsibilities fall to the author. Join us Tuesday, August 24th via Zoom with Lars Larsen and Sue McIntyre as they share…
In Person Critique Meetings
Our critique meetings will begin September 14, 2021. The group will meet at the Turnage Theater at 7:00 pm. We will continue our meetings on the second Tuesday of each month unless Covid restrictions are reinstated. The meetings are open to anyone who would like to share or learn more about writing. For more information you can contact us at: email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you there.
Zoom Group Meetings
Our online open forum meetings will be held on Zoom the fourth Tuesdays of each month. If you would like to be included in our meetings and have not received an invitation, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you there.