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Here is the collection of writer's group resource links.

6' Ferret Writers' Group
The 6' Ferret Writers' Group has been in existence since 1989, and we've developed this home page to provide tips for those of you interested in setting up your own groups, as well as ideas for exercises and events for existing groups.

Backspace is a large Internet-based writers' organization comprised of 273 members in 10 countries. Backspace members write in all genres and are at all stages of their careers.

The goal of Boost is to provide a supportive community where all children's writers can polish their manuscripts, improve their craft, share information and gain confidence in pursuing their publishing goals.

Canadian Fiction Writers
A peer help group for new or established authors of all genres free for anyone to join and discuss their writing.

Christian Writer's Group
A group offering resources and encouragement for today's Christian writer.

Colorado Springs Fiction Writer's Group
The Colorado Springs Fiction Writer's Group is designed to give both aspiring and established authors a peer environment to share their works in progress.

Critters is an on-line workshop/critique group for serious writers of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror.

Deadly Prose
Deadly Prose is a group of published or soon-to-be-published novelists who critique each others complete novels over a six to eight week clinic to a very intense and constructive template.

Eros, Inc.
Eros, Inc. is a 2-year old writing group (of more than 200 members) that is especially geared towards writers of erotica (in its various forms) and romantica.

Greater Cleveland Stage & Screen Authors Association
We are a writers group dedicated to playwrighting as well as screenwriting.

Inkwell Manor
An online virtual world where members receive tokens and can take part in tournaments, duels, jobs, purchase items from shops, post an unlimited amount of work with feedback and look up articles that may be helpful to their writing.

Internet Writing Workshop
The Internet Writing Workshop is a set of mailing lists open to all styles and genres of writing. Members do not need to be published writers, only to be serious about writing and about wanting to improve.

Kingdom Writers
An email critique and fellowship group for Christian writers

Lycos search for Writer's Groups.
Results of a Lycos search for writer's groups.

MAYA is an on-going writing workshop, a group of adult creative writers meeting to read and critique each others work.

MSN Groups Writing Workshops
A list of online writing workshops on MSN Groups.

National Journal Network
We are an active group of commited diarists who share between and among ourselves.

New York State Writers Institute
Provides free courses, publications and information for writers.

Nexis Writers Club
The Nexis is a worldwide group of both professional and amateur writers and authors who all work together to share ideas, stories, and just have good friendly fun.

Northwest Playwrights Guild
Mission is to provide a reliable forum for the exchange of information and ideas about playwriting for playwrights living in the Northwest.

Obsessed Writers Group
Website and newsletter for new, emerging and established writers of all genres.

Oxford University Poetry Society
The Oxford University Poetry Society is the primary forum in Oxford for those who read and write poetry.

Pittsburgh Worldwrights
The Pittsburgh Worldwrights is a science fiction, fantasy, and horror writer's workshop run by Mary Soon Lee.

Police Writers Club, The
The Police Writers Club provides police writers with the knowledge, resources and networking capabilities to share their expertise with others through the written word.

Public Safety Writer's Association
The Public Safety Writer’s Association offers both new and experienced, published and not yet published writers the chance to meet at an annual conference, network through the organization’s website and newsletter and compete in an annual competition.

Quill Society, The
The Quill Society is an online writing club dedicated to young writers. As a member, you can meet other young writers from other parts of the country and world, you can read what others have written, and have them read yours.

Quixotics: A Writer's Roundtable
Quixotics ia a community of writers who meet online to discuss works-in-progress, ideas, problems and the general topic of writing.

Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers
Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers (RMFW) dedicates the efforts of our volunteers to supporting published and unpublished writers of novel-length fiction.

SparrowCrowne Writers Group
SparrowCrowne Writers Group is a new creative think tank for writers who want group support, encouragement, and accountability.

Spoiled Ink
Spoiled Ink has been designed to help writers get more readers, improve their craft, get published and promote any already published work.