A Chapter of the Virginia Writers Club, Inc. serving VWC members in the City of Richmond and counties of Chesterfield, Henrico, Goochland and Powhatan

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SAVE THE DATE & SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!​

Saturday, July 16, 2016 - Meet & Greet at the Goochland County Library (11am - 1pm)

NEW Co-FACILITATORS: Susan Schwartz and Linda M. Layne

We are moving our meetings to the central area of Goochland County (still within the Greater Richmond region) to open opportunities for more writers (both adults and middle school & high school teens) who have especially struggled with the idea of driving to Charlottesville or the City of Richmond for writers group meetings.


Our new meeting location, nestled between Richmond and Charlottesville, sits within minutes of crossroads leading from the counties of Louisa, Fluvanna, Cumberland, Powhatan, and Amelia, thus helping the Virginia Writers Club span the two largest populations of writers in central Virginia!  


FOR MORE INFORMATION, please use the CONTACT FORM to add your name and e-mail address to our list. We'll be sending a monthly newsletter with meeting notices and activity announcements.


There is no fee to receive the monthly newsletter and there are no chapter dues. Membership in the statewide Virginia Writers Club will cover your membership in the Richmond Writers Chapter! 



Submissions are NOW OPEN for the

2016 Richmond Writers Chapter 

VWC Golden Nib Writing Contest

DEADLINE EXTENDED to JULY 23rd


Entrants must be a member of the Virginia Writers Club, Inc. and live in the City of Richmond or counties of Amelia, Chesterfield, Cumberland, Henrico, Goochland and Powhatan. (If you are not a VWC member, please join online at www.virginiawritersclub.org before submitting your entry.)


This is a two-tiered competition. The Richmond Writers Chapter contest is the first stage of the Virginia Writers Club, Inc., annual Golden Nib Contest. After our chapter-level contest concludes, the first place winners in each category (fiction, nonfiction, and poetry) are forwarded to the VWC for the state-level competition.


See GUIDELINES on the CONTEST page.