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March 2019 Notable Maryland Author Toby Devens

Toby Devens “I’m a chocoholic. Dark chocolate powers me through late-afternoon slumps.” Toby Devens Toby Devens was born and raised in the heart of Brooklyn. By the time she was twelve, she knew her passion was tapping words out on a keyboard. She couldn't not write. She starte...

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Updates for MWA Members

The latest editions of Quick Notes from the President and Quarterly Newsletter are now available for members. Login to your member account and then click on the links under the 'Member' menu to learn more about MWA happenings, writer submission and contest opportunities, member successes, craft insi...

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Mar 28

Howard County Chapter: Writing for Comics and other Graphic Genres

Description: Al Gross, award-winning writer for comic books, syndicated comic strips, and television, shares how he became a writer, along with the peculiarities of writing for graphic genres.

Mar 28

Baltimore Chapter Meeting-March 28, 2019 with Barb Morrison-Write Your Novel Synopsis

If you are struggling to write the synopsis of your novel, you’re not alone. Many think writing a synopsis of their novel is harder than writing the novel itself. Barbara Morrison will give you the tools you need to write your novel synopsis with ease.

Apr 16

MWA Board Meeting - April 16, 2019

The next MWA Board meeting will be Tuesday, April 16, 2019.

Apr 18

Howard County Chapter: The Science Fiction Market Today: Building your Brand and Audience

Description: Beth Martin, self-published author of five science fiction novels, discusses the market for Science Fiction / Fantasy today, what consumers of the genre are looking for, and how to leverage SciFi/ComiCon/Fantasy conventions to build you

Apr 18

NEW CHAPTER KiCK -OFF Meeting -Baltimore South

MWA is looking to launch a new chapter in Baltimore City. Come and join fellow writers at this kick-off meeting for the Baltimore South Chapter.

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MWA chapter meetings are open to the public and are free to MWA members and first-time guests. Returning non-members will be asked to pay $5. Non-members wishing to join MWA may do so at meetings or here

Events marked 'FYI' are not MWA events, and are provided as a courtesy for the benefit of members and supporters.

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