Beginning your journey as a romance writer? Author with several books under your belt? Independent or traditionally published? Heart of Carolina RWA has something to offer you!
- Attend an exciting monthly program with guest speakers who are knowledgeable on the craft, diversity, and marketing of romance.
- Meet new colleagues, make great friends, and connect with writers who understand the trials and triumphs of the publishing industry.
- Member benefits include: educational meetings; access to our members-only email discussion loop and Facebook page; discounted rates on chapter conferences, online programs taught by best-selling authors, contests and more!
Our Romance Writers of America membership is drawn from all over North Carolina and southern Virginia. Join us for an opportunity to meet and mingle with a fun group of active and accomplished writers. Regular Meetings are the second Saturday of each month at ECPI University, 4101 Doie Cope Road, Raleigh, NC.
Prospective members are encouraged to visit us for one free meeting
before joining—We look forward to seeing you on:
March 9, 2019 from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm for
Writers and fans of romance fiction are the first to declare that romance is a feminist genre. And it’s absolutely true. Genre romance is largely written, edited, published, and consumed by women, which means that women power a multi-billion dollar industry. Moreover, romance novels offer stories centered on women who, despite conflict and adversity, actually achieve their dreams. But if there’s one thing a romance heroine never does, it’s rest on her laurels. How can writers of romance today ensure that the industry we comprise and the fiction we write reflects our cherished ideals of gender equality while holding onto the things we’ve long loved most about romance novels? Bring an open mind and your WIP for a fun, interactive workshop about the sometimes conflictual, frequently steamy, and ever-hopeful relationship between feminism and romance fiction.
You are invited! Join us from 11:30 am -12:30 pm for the pre-meeting lunch at:
6129 Glenwood Ave
The post-meeting coffee is announced after the meeting.