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In the last decade, we have seen massive growth of the writing community in Arizona, thanks to passionate authors, meetup.com, and many writer’s organizations, large and small.

However, it can be difficult for the various corners of our community to reach out to each other and provide support and opportunities for various projects and events.

Our aim is to provide a centralized exchange for independent parts of the community to work and grow together.  We have four sections:

Events

Everything from Poetry Slams to Author’s conferences.

Opportunities

Local Magazines, anthologies, or projects looking for articles or participation.

Groups

Critique groups and writing meetups.

Local Books by Local Authors

Find the latest and greatest from local Authors!

Discussion

10 thoughts on “Writers of Arizona and the Phoenix Metro Area

  1. I am definitely interested in joining this network of writers. I have published and am in the process of writing a memoir right now. So happy to hear you exist. Please keep me informed.

    Posted by Mary Fallon | December 14, 2013, 12:33 pm
  2. How does a local author get their book listed on this site?

    Posted by Randy Lindsay | January 13, 2014, 11:36 pm
  3. I am interested in learning how to create a blog and how to get it to generate income. Are there any groups or classes locally that could help me with this?

    Posted by George W Farmer | February 5, 2014, 2:07 am
  4. Are there any Sci-Fi authors that would be interested in doing a series of panels at libraries and Barnes & Noble stores? The Apocalypse Panel will have a moderator and answer questions related to horrific disaster scenarios in fiction. I am also looking to find a moderator for these panels, possibly someone in the media.

    Posted by Randy Lindsay | March 16, 2014, 10:42 pm
  5. I am a local screenwriter looking to help get the word out about an exciting and very unique two-day screenwriting seminar in the Phoenix area. How do I go about getting the event listed on your Events page?

    Posted by Roxanne Ruane | February 6, 2015, 10:05 pm
  6. Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries (in SaddleBrooke, AZ, just north of Oro Valley) and Tucson) is hosting an Authors’ Expo on from 9 am to 3 pm February 20, 2016. We are inviting published authors who reside in Southern Arizona to
    • Talk with the attendees who visit their display area
    • Distribute marketing literature
    • Sell and sign their books (or explain where their books can be ordered online)
    • Be listed in the Expo Program. The listing will include the author’s name, title of latest book and contact information (website, email or phone – author’s choice)
    • Contribute a book as a raffle drawing prize (optional)

    We are accepting local authors of all types of books: fiction, non-fiction, self-help, photography, poetry, cookbooks – it you have a publication that you would like to market, we would be interested in communicating with you.

    Each author would pay a $35 fee for an 8’ x 4 ‘ display space (this covers the cost of renting the tables) . If you are interested in obtaining more information and/or registering for this event, please contact Nancy McCluskey-Moore at nmcmoore@yahoo.com.

    Posted by Nancy McCluskey-Moore | May 20, 2015, 6:41 pm
  7. Hi, all. I wanted to make sure your members were aware of a new marketing opportunity for indie authors. For info on the #indie800, please visit Dog-Eared Pages bookstore at http://bit.ly/1IgC0xZ

    Thanks!

    Posted by annaquesterly | June 19, 2015, 6:17 pm

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