26th Annual WCCW Conference
Here are the details.
Date: Saturday, September 4, 2021
Registration Fee: $35
Location: New Location this year! The conference will be held at the White County Extension Service building at 2400 Landing Road in Searcy.
For more information, please visit the Conference page.
Also, take a look at this years contests!
This year WCCW sponsored the Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer Poetry & Prose Contests. We had a great number of entries, making the job quite difficult for each judge! Winners have now been chosen. Click here to see the list.
WCCW Group News
Each month WCCW Press Secretary Del Garrett prepares a group newsletter for easy download offering news and updates of all WCCW activities, as well as additional information of interest to all who are passionate about living the writing life.
You can download the most recent newsletter by clicking the link below.
Come to one of our meetings!
If you live in Central Arkansas, then we invite you to come visit us! Bring your pens, pencils, laptops, iPods, iPads, Smartphones, Touchpads, or whatever device you choose to use, (plus your imagination), and check us out!
WCCW meets the third Monday of every month from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Our next regular meeting is scheduled for August 16, 2021. 6:30 p.m. We are now meeting at Simmons Bank, 401 S. Main, in Searcy, located across from Spring Park.
Check out our blog!
WCCW has a blog especially for writers. It’s called The Write Way. Members of our group post articles on anything and everything related to the writing process: finding inspiration, tips & techniques, improving your craft, finding your voice, and more. Click here to read our newest post.
About White County Creative Writers
Since our inception in 1995, the White County Creative Writers group has had but one goal: improving our craft. In this process, we have discovered that there are no rules! What challenges one member may come easy to another; what some have questions about, others furnish answers. That’s what makes this group work.
We have invited educators, authors, publishers and editors to speak to the group, formed critique groups, had members share learning experiences from other groups or workshops they have attended, and discussed what works and doesn’t work for each of us. Over the years, some of the beginners have become masters, and the students have become the teachers. Each year brings new members who come either with one simple question — “What can help make me a better writer?”— or experiences they are eager to share.
WCCW has undertaken such community projects as an annual poetry reading in celebration of National Poetry Day, writing contests for students in White County and an open challenge to groups and citizens of White County to raise funds for the public library.
WCCW also enjoys a close relationship with the staff at Harding University, and is included in many of their on-campus activities. This participation is very special to us, and we extend our thanks to them.