Other writers groups:
Tates Creek Writers Group: http://tatescreekwg.wordpress.com
Holds critique meetings on the first Thursday of every month at the Tates Creek Branch of the Lexington Public Library.
Fantasy/Sci-fi/Horror writers group: (859) 276-3527
Meets the first and third Mondays of each month at Coffee Times Coffee House, 2571 Regency Road in Lexington.
Lexington Fiction Writers Group: http://lfwfishbowl.blogspot.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lexington-Fiction-Writers-Group/156642527722729
Meets the first and third Wednesdays at Beaumont Branch of the Lexington Public Library.
Poezia writing groups at Common Grounds Coffee House: http://www.commongroundsoflexington.com/index.html
Poetry group meets every Thursday at 7:00 p.m.
Prose group meets every Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
Joseph-Beth Writing Group: (859) 273-2911
Meets monthly at Joseph-Beth Booksellers in Lexington. Date and time varies; call for details.
Sisters in Crime, Derby Rotten Scoundrels Chapter: https://derbyrottenscoundrels.wordpress.com/about/
Mystery writers organization, Louisville chapter
Green River Writers: http://www.greenriverwriters.org/
Louisville-based group that sponsors annual contests, poetry and prose groups, workshops, annual conferences, and more
Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning: http://carnegiecenterlex.org/
Classes, readings, writing competitions, mentoring, and more
The Kentucky Literary Newsletter: http://windpub.com/current.htm
Bookstores, literary magazines, and other resources for Kentucky writers
The Kentucky Literary Calendar: http://blog.carnegiecenterlex.org/calendar/
Workshops, classes, readings, book signings, book fairs, calls for submissions — if it’s happening in Kentucky, it’s probably listed here
On-line writing classes:
Gotham Writers Workshop: http://www.writingclasses.com/
Offering classes for writers since 1993
Women on Writing (WOW): http://wow-womenonwriting.com/
E-zine that offers classes in addition to a lot of other resources for writers
Chuck White’s notes from 2007 workshop: “Publishing: Fact & Fiction”
Chuck White’s “Practical Guide to Poetry”
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