Washington, DC

The National Writers Union Washington, DC, Area Chapter comprises National Writers Union members in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, DC.

Chapter Chair – Virginia Diamond

Email the Washington, DC Area Chapter Chair at: diamondvir@aol.com

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Latest Chapter News

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 […]

NAUTILUS STORIES PUBLISHED, BUT NOT PAID FOR  

Here some of our stories that Nautilus  contracted for and published, but has yet to pay for more than a year later for many of us.  Topics include selfishness, depression, rats, and impossible math. Also apropos, “Trust” is the theme of Nautilus’s December issue.    Lorraine Boissoneault, Chicago, Illinois, NWU (@boissolm, www.lboissoneault.com) “Archaeologists are Planning […]