Do you write crime, adventure, hard boiled, horror, or any form of high-action fiction? Are you inspired by Palahniuk, Hemingway, Vonnegut or other minimalists? Do you equate "literary fiction" with valium? Are you willing to submit your work-in-progress for honest critique, and offer honest critique to others, in a laid back, bar environment? Is your goal to improve your craft with the hope of becoming published? Join us -- The Adams Morgan Writer's group is re-forming. We are seeking short story, novel, and/or screenplay writers who are not afraid to share their work and participate in group critique. All experience levels welcome. Jane Austen fans need not apply.

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Recent Meetups

  • April 15 · 6:30 PM


    10 WRITERS

    AT OUR LAST MEETING we reviewed the Sherrif's Pretty Feet (Pretty Woman meets Harry and the Hendersons), Skip's Skip Pearson (snarky trials-and-tribulations of modern... Learn more
  • April 1 · 6:30 PM


    13 WRITERS

    AT OUR LAST MEETING  we reviewed Girlalex's Gringa (Desperado meets Pulp Fiction . . . in Peru), Deirdre's Widowmaker (Back to the Future . . . with dirty cops),... Learn more
  • March 18 · 6:30 PM


    14 WRITERS | 5.00

    AT OUR LAST MEETING we reviewed an awesome collection of stories, Jacob's Saints and Sadists (We loved it, what happened?), The Captain's Skulldugery, PA Chapter Four (... Learn more
  • March 4 · 6:30 PM


    11 WRITERS

    AT OUR LAST meeting, we reviewed three amazing stories: The Sheriff's Lost and Found (magical (or perhaps not) realism hits small town America), Baltimore's Detroit (... Learn more
  • February 18 · 6:30 PM


    10 WRITERS

    AT OUR LAST MEETING, we met a new writer Esabel who took on Rule 6 and wrote several moments of hilarious and snappy dialogue. Well done. We reviewed the Deputy's Friday... Learn more
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