Become a donor to Midwest Writers Workshop, Inc., and help writers become published authors.
We will hold our 44th annual Midwest Writers Workshop on July 20-22, 2017, at L.A. Pittenger Student Center, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, with the goal of helping even more aspiring writers become published authors. Therefore, we are looking to expand MWW, increase our support, and multiply the number of MWW scholarships we award to deserving writing participants. To do that, as a non-profit organization, we are looking to partner with donors or sponsors who have already become published, who have a passion for the literary arts, and who have the heart to help others writers.
Please join us in supporting the literary arts and helping us provide writers with learning and community opportunities. The mission of MWW is to give all writers the opportunity to improve their craft, to associate with highly credentialed professionals, and to network with other writers.
Our annual summer conference offers 45+ different instructional sessions with top quality faculty on everything from fiction to nonfiction, marketing, and ways to get creative juices flowing. Part I focuses on genre-specific intensive sessions. Part II is packed with sessions on the craft of writing and the business of writing. We also offer online courses to “help writers become published authors.”
Please consider one of our sponsorship options: $200, $500, $1,000, $2,000, or any amount of your choice. Your partnership will provide a much-needed boost to support the arts and literacy, and a new beginning for writers who are struggling to follow their dreams.
We hope you will consider supporting our valuable event. Your support will not only enrich and expand our opportunity to support the writers of the future, but will also help us to create additional opportunities to support and educate writers via our online courses, blog, e-newsletters, and special events.
Donate today to support the Midwest Writers Workshop, Inc. Midwest Writers Workshop, Inc. is qualified as a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are tax-deductible, as allowed by law.
-Jama Kehoe Bigger, Director, Midwest Writers Workshop, Inc.