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Give the Gift of Membership

This holiday season, please consider giving the gift of membership in the North Carolina Writers’ Network. Maybe someone has said to you, “You know what would make a great book?” A gift membership in NCWN might be the kick-in-the-pants they need to get started writing it. Maybe someone you know writes all the time, on […]

The Best Way to Thank Us

By Ed Southern, Executive Director North Carolina Writers’ Network More than 200 of you came to our 2018 Fall Conference this past weekend, and we thank you for that. Most of you 200 approached me, Charles, or Deonna during the conference—or sent us an e-mail afterwards—thanking us for a weekend that you found stimulating, if […]

How Did You Hear about the Network?

When you next renew your NCWN membership—or whenever you freeloaders who enjoy all this free content eventually cough up a membership fee (ha!)—you’ll notice a new addition to the registration form. We’ve now included the question, “How did you hear about us?” First thing’s first: even though this question will appear on your renewal form, it […]

A Change Is Coming to Your E-mail Inbox

For many years now, the North Carolina Writers’ Network has sent three e-blasts each week: The NC Literary Calendar (Tuesdays), Opportunities (Wednesdays), and Member Readings (Thursdays). We send these e-blasts because we believe the information they contain get to the heart of our mission, which is to provide programs, resources, and opportunities for growth to […]

Membership Expiration: Now Visible

We know your membership in the North Carolina Writers’ Network is important to you. As a member, you enjoy many perks and benefits, including discounts on conference registrations and competition entries; access to our critiquing and editing services; and access to our audio/visual resources. Because your membership is important, we want to do all we can to […]

Job Opening: NCWN Membership Coordinator

NCWN Membership Coordinator Maggie Morgan has accepted a full-time teaching position at Vance-Granville Community College, and will be leaving the Network staff as soon as we find a replacement for her. This means two things: One, you should direct to Ed (at or 336-293-8844) any questions you normally would ask Maggie. Two, the Network’s […]

Pre-Register and Save Money. Lots of it.

What’s the best reason to come to the NCWN 2012 Spring Conference? Pre-registrants save nearly 25 percent off the conference fee! That’s right! Members who register before the end of the day today, Friday, April 20 save nearly 25 percent off the cost! Non-members save money too; in fact, non-members can join the Network when […]