Entries by Midwest Writers

Deepening Conflict in Your Novel with Shirley Jump

MWW Ongoing is a series of courses taught by award-winning writing instructors, and everything happens online. From the convenience of your computer, on your own time schedule, you can participate in classes to take your writing to the next level. Check out our newest online MWW Ongoing course taught by one of our favorite instructors, New […]

An apology

At Midwest Writers, we have long believed in treating everyone with kindness, decency, and respect. This truth is why it pains me as director of this organization to acknowledge that we screwed up. That I screwed up. We screwed up in a way that has landed Midwest Writers in the middle of a social media maelstrom, […]

Your goal for 2018? | It’s Time to Start Your Novel

Back by popular demand, Cathy Day’s MWW Ongoing course, “It’s Time To Start Your Novel,” will be offered in January. If your New Year’s Resolution for 2018 is to start writing, then this course is for you! The registration for our MWW Ongoing course IT’S TIME TO START YOUR NOVEL begins December 18, 2017 and the course starts […]

Gift Certificates for MWW

The Write Gift — write here, write now There’s still time to order MWW Gift certificates for the writers in your life! Every writer wants to get better, and the best way to do that is in a supportive, welcoming community. That’s why Midwest Writers Workshop offers gift certificates in any amount. Nudge the writer […]

Building Blocks of a Great Novel with Dianne Drake

MWW announces its the newest MWW Ongoing course, “The Building Blocks of a Great Novel,” taught by the bestselling author Dianne Drake.  This 6-unit course also includes a manuscript evaluation. Registration is now available! Dianne says, “The goal of this course is not to teach you HOW to write your novel, but to help you discover all the key […]

MWW Free Event: Finish Strong for 2017

We’re heading into the last three months of the year. How does that make you feel? Are you where you want to be with your writing goals? It’s a good time to dust off your writing goals for 2017 and see how you’re doing. What have you achieved that was on your list? In what […]

Top 3 Ways To Keep Yourself Writing

It’s hard to believe Midwest Writers Workshop happened about two months ago. Which means, it’s that time of year when . . . Some of us on the committee ask this burning question: What are some ways writers keep themselves motivated in between conferences? This is an excellent question, and we don’t think we’re alone […]