What we're about

Trinity Arts Writers Workshop (https://www.trinityartswritersworkshop.com/home) (TAWW) is a group of writers/authors who want to grow and develop in our craft, build and encourage each other on the journey, and polish our manuscripts until they are ready to shine and be published! All genres, including nonfiction, screenplays and poetry as well as short stories, novels, and creative nonfiction, are welcome.

Each active member is allotted 20 minutes for the opportunity to read from their own original work and receive valuable feedback and critique (https://www.trinityartswritersworkshop.com/critique) on everything from formatting and punctuation to character development (https://www.trinityartswritersworkshop.com/workshops#h.p_YTxv2UkR5g18), plot holes and tropes. TAWW is especially supportive of new and emergent writers. Dues are $60 annually (prorated for new members who join throughout the calendar year) and our minimum age requirement is 18 years of age.

Upcoming events (5+)

Tuesday Evening Reading and Critique at Hurst Public Library

Hurst Public Library

Our main objective is to provide an atmosphere which fosters creativity and improvement with an emphasis on constructive, supportive critique. Critique is given on the quality of writing, not content. Our strength is in mutual support through reading and critique. Members sign in upon arrival if they want to read. The order is normally 'first come, first served'. Provide enough printed copies of the work you will read. The common accepted manuscript format is strongly recommended. Pace yourself - If you read too fast, reviewers will not have time to record edits and comments.

TAWW's Regular Reading and Critique meeting at Bedford Boys Ranch

We strive to provide an atmosphere to foster creativity and improvement, and provide constructive, supportive critique. We also endeavor to provide educational opportunities as time, skills, and budgetary considerations allow. Finally, TAWW actively seeks to find ways to assist members to publish and promote their writing.

Tuesday Evening Reading and Critique at Hurst Public Library

Our main objective is to provide an atmosphere which fosters creativity and improvement with an emphasis on constructive, supportive critique. Critique is given on the quality of writing, not content. Our strength is in mutual support through reading and critique. Members sign in upon arrival if they want to read. The order is normally 'first come, first served'. Provide enough printed copies of the work you will read. The common accepted manuscript format is strongly recommended. Pace yourself - If you read too fast, reviewers will not have time to record edits and comments.

TAWW's Regular Reading and Critique meeting at Bedford Boys Ranch

We strive to provide an atmosphere to foster creativity and improvement, and provide constructive, supportive critique. We also endeavor to provide educational opportunities as time, skills, and budgetary considerations allow. Finally, TAWW actively seeks to find ways to assist members to publish and promote their writing.

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