Supports American poets at all stages of their careers and fosters the appreciation of contemporary poetry through nationally sponsored programs.
Online idea exchange founded by a group of writers.
Organization for freelance writers.
Resource for writers, readers and publishers on literature written by Asians living in America.
Serves writers, writing programs and writers conferences and centers since 1967.
Fosters appreciation of the value of literary studies and of a common literary culture.
Society of published authors advocating for fair compensation, free speech and copyright protection.
Online resource to educate, inform, support and empower aspiring and published Black writers.
Worldwide organization of writers and publishing professionals dedicated to promoting the interests of writers of horror and dark fantasy.
Network for the personal and professional empowerment of women through writing.
The Lambda Literary Foundation is a non-profit organization supporting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender literature.
Professional organization of mystery and crime writers in all categories: fiction, screenplays and staged plays and nonfiction.
NBCC, founded in 1974, consists of nearly 700 active book reviewers, interested in communicating with one another about common concerns.
Organization serving readers, writers, film producers, agents and editors.
Trade union for freelance writers working in U.S. markets.
Coalition of multi-published writers of popular fiction dedicated to serving the professional needs of its members.
Fellowship of writers to advance literature, to promote the culture of reading, and to defend free expression.
Sponsors readings, seminars, and competitions intended to challenge and inspire readers and writers of poetry.
Provides networking and support to individuals seriously pursuing a career in romance fiction.
Organization of writers of speculative fiction and other forms of genre fiction.
International organization of readers and writers dedicated to promoting the professional development and advancement of women crime writers to achieve equality in the industry.
Twin Cities Chapter: http://www.twincitysinc.org/
Professional organization dedicated to serving the people who write, illustrate, or share a vital interest in children’s literature.
Provides opportunities for authors, illustrators, graphic designers, photographers, editors, self-publishers, and others involved in the process of publishing to exchange ideas and information.
Brings writers and educators together in collaborations that explore the connections between writing and reading literature and that generate new ideas and materials.
Union representing writers in the motion picture, broadcast, cable and new media industries.