Tuesday, October 18, 2016

38 Groups For Writers To Connect With

There are thousands of important organizations, writer conferences, publishing groups, and book industry associations. Below are 38 of them that you may want to explore, learn from, network with, or join.

American Association of Publishers
Author U

Bay Area Independent Publishers Association

Book Publishers Northwest

Bookworks, LLC

Colorado Independent Publishers Association

Florida Authors and Publishers Association

Greater New York Independent Publishers Association

Hawaii Book Publishers Association

Independent Book Publishers Association

Independent Publishers of New England

Michigan Black Independent Publishers Association

MidAtlantic Book Publishers Association

Midwest Independent Publishers Association

Minnesota Book Publishers Roundtable

New Mexico Book Association

Northern California Publishers & Authors

Ontario Book Publishers Organization

Publishers and Writers of San Diego

Publishers Association of Los Angeles

Small Publishers, Artists and Writers Network

St. Louis Publishers Association

Texas Association of Authors

Upper Peninsula Publishers and Authors Association

Writers Resource Center

American Medical Writers Association

American Society of Journalists and Authors

American Society of Media Photographers

American Society of Picture Professionals

Educational Freelancers Association

Investigative Reports and Editors

Media Communicators Association International

National Cartoonist Society

National Writers Union

National Association of Science Writers

Society of Professional Journalists

Writer’s Guild of America East

Writer’s Guild of America West

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