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by Nancy Ward, Coordinator of Committees The CALAs have been awarded and the big live conference is over but not the memories. Our new website was launched. The talks and workshops gave us new inspiration for our writing projects. The … Continue reading
As I happily recover from all the excitement of the Catholic Writers Conference Live, I think about those three days and all the hard work that the committees put in to make it such a glorious time for everyone who … Continue reading
The excitement in the air grows as we anticipate Catholic Writers Conference Live! CWCLive is set for July 26-July 29, 2016, in Chicago. The work of many committees supports the conference. During the CWG Meeting and Welcome Session – open … Continue reading
It is with great excitement that the Catholic Writers Guild announces our finalists for the 2016 Catholic Arts and Letters Award for Fiction! We want to thank all of you who entered the contest. Our judges had many terrific things … Continue reading
by Nancy Ward, Coordinator of Committees The highlight for March was our Catholic Writers Conference Online (CWCO) staring Ann Lewis, Karina Fabian and Laura Lowder – These two organized and, with four moderators, facilitated an amazing weekend of 23 presentations … Continue reading
February was awe-inspiring! Committees are working well and having a blast! If you’d like to join in on the fun way to network, we could use you in big ways like taking on the Volunteer Committee. Or how about the … Continue reading
The Catholic writers Conference is next week! Today is the last day for registering! If you’ve been putting it off, there may still be time. Go to http://catholicwritersconference.com for details and the link! In the meantime, here are ten ways … Continue reading
Registration is still open for the Catholic Writers Conference Online, March 4-6. Get the details and sign up here. Attending a writing conference is an investment of time and money. How can you be sure you’ll get anything from it? … Continue reading