Organizations and associations for writers in the UK.
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The Authors' Licensing and Collecting Society
The ALCS is the British collecting society for all writers. The principal purpose of ALCS is to ensure that hard-to-collect revenues due to authors are efficiently collected and speedily distributed to ALCS members.
Ayr Writers' Club
Information about the club's programme of events, dates of the various workshops, planned speakers and Club nights. Biographical information about the speakers is provided as well as the results of club competitions. Scotland.
A writers' community based in Birmingham, UK.
The Burry Man Writers Center
Hand-picked resources and exclusive articles for fiction and nonfiction writers, working professionals and beginners, with particular support for writing about Scotland.
Creatives Without Borders
The Society was set up in 1997 to provide a professional and social network and forum for writers. Has members from London, Oxford, Cambridge and even from France, USA and elsewhere.
To promote literature and its understanding; to uphold writers freedoms around the world; and to promote the friendly co-operation of writers and the free exchange of their ideas.
Felixstowe Scribblers Online Jotters
An established writers circle based in Felixstowe, Suffolk. This weblog will be about writing, life in Felixstowe and generally what the group and individuals are up to.
Grass Roots Open Writers
A creative writing group, meets in Hastings, for anyone who lacks confidence or who finds self-expression or meeting people difficult.
Leicester Writers' Club
Includes list of events, details of members, how to become a member and lots of other interesting details.
Llandudno and District Writers Club
Members, programme and contact details. Meets on second Wednesday of the month in Llandudno.
The London Writers' Club
An inspiring networking club for writers run by publishing professionals.
Manchester Speculative Fiction
A group of writers interested in science fiction, weird fiction, slipstream, horror and fantasy.
The Nantwich Writer's Group
The virtual home of a group of writers from South Cheshire, led by Mills and Boon author, Penny Jordan. Includes member weblogs, a directory and discussion forum.
New Writers UK inspirational writing
A not-for-profit group of authors in the United Kingdom that support one another in writing both fiction and non-fiction books. Includes a forum and chat area as well as Meet the Author sessions to help promote books.
New Writing South
Creative writing organisation in the South East of UK for writers, and agencies. Includes network, directory of writers and competitions, workshop and education programmes, and members area.
Community writing and publishing group based in Hastings, East Sussex.
Group formed to promote new writing for stage, screen, radio and television. Based in Bristol, UK.
Spread the Word
Supports the development of new creative writing and live literature in London. An online community of writers for feedback on writing, competitions and online workshops with high profile authors.
Thames Valley Writers' Circle
A circle of writers, founded in 1993, who meet weekly in Tilehurst, Reading, Berkshire. Publish anthologies and have occasional invited speakers.
Email discussion list for writers in the UK.
An online writer's group for new writers of colour. A place to share work, thoughts and ideas, and to access writer's resources.
Verulam Writers' Circle
Offers writers' workshops, manuscript evenings, encouragement through constructive critique, talks, competitions and workshops.
Wight Fair Writers and Artists Circle
A place for writers and artists on The Isle of Wight.
Lists over a 1,000 writers' circles or groups in the UK.
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