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Explore the diversity of romance—and romance writers—in New England. Expand your knowledge by attending a monthly meeting, where guest speakers present workshops on the art, craft, and marketing of romance. Connect with us and each other on NERW's social media pages and email discussion loop. Become a part of our community of friendly, knowledgeable, welcoming, and always entertaining fellow writers.

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February 21, 2021 Meeting – Making Feedback Work with KD Fisher

Our February 21st monthly meeting will start with a workshop presented by author KD Fisher on Making Feedback Work, which will be followed by our monthly business and social meeting. Workshop Description: This workshop will address feedback–both giving and receiving–with a focus on providing and taking effective, useful notes. Workshop attendees will learn to look at criticism in a sensitive, identity-informed, and productive way. Bio: KD Fisher is a queer New England-based writer of authentic, heartfelt LGBTQ+ narratives. KD grew ...
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Become part of New England’s most innovative group of writing and publishing professionals! Whether you’re just beginning to explore the possibility of becoming a romance writer or you’re an author with multiple books to your name, NERW has something for you. Member benefits include free access to our monthly meetings; access to our members-only email discussion loop and Facebook group; and more!


OUR MISSION

The mission of New England Romance Writers (NERW) is to advance the professional and common business interests of published and unpublished career-focused romance writers in New England and beyond through advocacy, education, and networking; to encourage diversity, achieve equity, and foster inclusion among NERW’s members and in the romance genre; to educate the general public and others on the breadth and diversity within the romance genre; to present the viewpoints of career-focused romance writers to the public and other interested parties; and to enhance the influence and reputation of the organization.

OUR CORE VALUES

  • We welcome all romance writers, regardless of your stage of publication and publication path; regardless of your work’s subgenre, level of sexuality or heat, and range of plot elements; and regardless of your characters’ race, gender, sexuality, age, religion, ability, and other characteristics.
  • We welcome you, regardless of your race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, body size, age, religion, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, immigration status, employment status, marital status, pregnancy status, ability or disability, genetic information, veteran status, socioeconomic status, and political affiliation.
  • We grow and thrive through the free and respectful exchange of ideas, knowledge, and experiences.

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New England Romance Writers
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