DC Women Editors Group to Meet July 9

Are you an editor or aspiring editor? Would you like to find kindred spirits in the DC area? Consulting Women is an online community of several hundred self-employed women. Recently it formed a subgroup of editors. The next meeting is at noon, Monday, July 9 at the home of Ruth Anne Phillips, convener of the group. The location […]

Get Publishing Secrets at Free DC Event

Regnery Publishing president Marjory Grant Ross is one of the few women heading a publishing house in the US. She’s helped 75 books make the New York Times bestsellers list, and 12 reach the #1 spot. Next month, she’ll offer free advice to women who want to become bestselling authors. Ross’s hour-long presentation, “7 Surprising […]

Politics and Arts Welcomes Applications from DC Residents

Do you have a poem that resonates best when it’s read aloud? Have you written song lyrics for your a cappella group? You have a chance to get you work in front of others, live, a few blocks away from the White House. The fourth annual Politics & Art event, presented in conjunction with the […]

Catholics for Choice Seeks Managing Editor

Political lines aren’t as rigid as they may seem. Catholics for Choice is a DC-based non-profit that gives voice to Catholics who believe their faith supports a woman’s moral and legal right to make their own decisions regarding their sexuality and reproduction. The organization is on the lookout for a managing editor. This position will […]

DC Indie Film Fest Position

The DC Independent Film Festival (DCIFF) is looking for someone to fill a part-time position now through April. The position involves spreading the word about DCIFF’s “Justice Matters” series. Knowledge of DC’s social issue groups is a plus as the winning candidate’s role would be to contact these groups, alert them to screenings, and form partnerships […]

Washington Post Seeks Editor

The Washington Post is one of the largest and most well-known names in American journalism, but not all of its contents come from professional writers. Content in its Outlook/PostEverything section come from everyday people. The Post is looking for a writer and editor that can turn these people’s stories into first-person essays and arguments fit for […]

Labor Rights Organization Seeks Senior Writer

The Worker Rights Consortium hopes to end sweatshop working conditions by investigating factories around the world and applying pressure to make improvements. The organization is on the lookout for a writer who can lead efforts to get this information out to companies and the broader public. This senior writer position involves producing detailed reports on […]

Two DC Events Feature Women Writers

When Joanne Rowling wrote the first book in the Harry Potter series, she was advised to use the name J.K. Rowling in order to hide her gender and expand her audience. This is but one modern example of the kind of circumstances that have faced women who have dared to write. An entire museum is […]

Fellowships for DC Area Arts Writers

DC area arts writers, listen up: Day Eight, a non-profit committed to empowering people to participate in the arts, is providing an opportunity to help you get your career off the ground through a fellowship. The DC Arts Writing Fellowship, which is now accepting applications, is an effort to cultivate arts writers early in their […]

Important Veterans’ Health Care Event on Thursday, Oct. 5

Union members across the country are pushing for better health care. Meanwhile, the Trump Administration is looking to privatize the Veterans Health Administration. What would that look like? What are alternative options? The American Federation of Government Employees, an AFL-CIO affiliate like the National Writers Union, is hosting a lunch time briefing on Capital Hill […]