FAQs

What is the FWA?

The Florida Writers Association is a trade organization of writers, editors, and publishers. Our motto “Writers Helping Writers” tells it all . . . our members network to learn from each other and help one another succeed as writers. FWA currently has over 800 members in nearly 40 local regions throughout Florida.

What is the FWA Network?

The FWA Network is one of the best benefits of membership in the Florida Writers Association.  It is a private, on-line social network that allows FWA members to have their own page, network with other members, create and join groups, and post photos, video, and blogs.

Does it cost anything to be a FWA member?

Yes, individual membership dues are $55.00 per year for new members.  Corporate and lifetime memberships are also available.  Membership includes: quarterly issues of  the FWA’s magazine, The Florida Writer; access to The FWA Network; monthly FWA eNews; eligibility to attend local and state conferences and to submit original works to literary competitions; leadership and mentoring opportunities; and a chance to join one of the nearly-forty statewide FWA groups.

How can I become a member of Florida Writers Association?

The easiest method is to visit FWA’s website and submit an online registration. There are also forms that you can print and mail, and of course, you can always attend a local FWA writers meeting and get a membership form from the group leader.

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