Writers' Circle

Working Through Writer's Block

July 11, 2019 at 3:30PM Central Time

Let's discuss ways to work through the dreaded writer's block. Bring your strategies! Last month we also started talking about six-word memoirs- a fun and creative way to tell your story. Share your six-word memoir this month.
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Past Discussions

Open Ended Discussion

June 13, 2019

This month we held an open-ended discussion with many great questions and tips shared. Topics ranged from six-word memoirs, writer's block, and accessible writing websites and technology.


National Federation of the Blind Writers' Division

This month we picked up where we left off in April and discussed how to write a query letter to literary agents or publishers. Then we discussed some things to remember when writing for children, whether that's picture books or young adult novels.

This month we continued the discussion of how to write a query letter and then talked about how to write for children.


As April is National Poetry Month, we spent some time talking poetry. Then we discussed how to write a query letter to a literary agent or publisher in an effort to get them excited about your writing.

Resources on querying literary agents:

National Picture Book Writing Week:

Tips for New Writers

March 14, 2019

In this discussion we talked about tips for beginner writers.

Check out these resources from our facilitators and fellow writers: