We’re a community of writers and thinkers. Through our blog, we share Guild happenings, craft talks, and other thoughts about the writing life.
Inspiration from other forms of storytelling
Guild Member Lindsay Clark writes about the different storytelling styles that inform her prose.
Beyond the Numbers: Why the Guild is Thinking Beyond Word Count and Starting to Count Completions and Submissions Instead
By Kyra Wilson Cook, Founding Director of the MetroWest Writers’ Guild. I know that not all writers enter the field this way, but I started thinking seriously about pursuing writing/storytelling as a career after participating in a NaNoWriMo event. I enjoyed the excuse and then the experience of setting aside time to write a story.…
MetroWest Writers’ Guild Receives $500 Sponsorship Gift from Enterprise Bank-Acton Branch!
The MetroWest Writers’ Guild received generous support from their local community bank. The supportive gift will benefit the Guild’s operations and small press.
Happy Birthday MWWG!
Over 20 Classes and programs 10 Write-ins and counting 2 Retreats 1 Potluck Workshops Field Trips NaNoWriMo Gatherings Book Launches It’s the one-year anniversary of the MetroWest Writer’s Guild as a newly incorporated organization and this train isn’t stopping! The amazing amount of programming the Guild collectively put on this year was well attended and…
A Full Municipal Liaison Team for NaNoWriMo 2022!
It takes a lot to make NaNoWriMo happen in our region. It’s not just about putting on the events: it’s about planning it in advance, hyping up the energy with events in September and October before get to the main event, and then maintaining our own writing while keeping stuff going through the month of…