wyoming writers, Inc.

Wyoming Writers exists to support writers in all genres at all levels of expertise. We are here to help you!

Publish and Promote your work by:

  • Participating in writing opportunities listed on both the website and in the newsletter.

  • Attending pitch sessions. We invite editors and/or agents to every conference so you can pitch your work to them.

  • Submitting your news. We gladly post your recent publications and successes to the website and publish them in the newsletter! 

  • Adding your books to our online Bookshelf, which lists members’ published works. 

Contact us with your news, book information, and questions wyowriters@gmail.com.

Organizational History

Wyoming Writers, Inc. (WW, Inc.) began in 1974 following a writing workshop, as a way to continue the conversation and create a community for writers in our wide-open, sparsely populated state. An annual conference quickly became a cornerstone of the group, a foundation from which isolated writers could build relationships to further their writing endeavors. The yearly meeting is augmented by our newsletter, website, and members-only e-list.

Friendships and professional partnerships formed over the years continue yet today, creating a solid framework benefiting all members, and displaying the support found throughout our membership.

A WW, Inc. membership is open to anyone for whom writing is important—those wishing to write (whether to publish or not), those who support writers, those who work for writers. We welcome beginners anxious to learn and cherish our members who have achieved international success. Most of our members are somewhere in between, consistently writing, learning, and working the craft; WW, Inc. seeks to encourage all writers, no matter where they fall on the writing-life spectrum.

What began as a small, dedicated group of Wyoming writers has grown to include members from around the world. But the essence of our humble beginning remains: a love of the written word and a desire to do what Wyomingites do well—lend a helping hand when needed, celebrate our successes and milestones together, and shoulder up when we have trouble standing alone.

Wyoming Writers is a group of writers, for writers, by writers, and we invite you to join our conversation.

Join the conversation by:

1) Liking Wyoming Writers, Inc. on Facebook.

2) Joining our Facebook group! The Wyoming Writers Facebook page is open to almost any writer. The page administrators try to hold new book announcements down to one per person to avoid spamming the page, but members are welcome to announce publications, events, awards, and other writing news there. 

3) Following us on Twitter. For news, include @WyoWriters in your tweet. It will show up in our mentions and we can retweet it.

4) Becoming a WWI member. As a member, you will have even more opportunities to connect with other writers and promote your work. You can: 

  • Submit your writing news to the WYO-WRITER newsletter. This is distributed to other members, Wyoming libraries, and schools. 
  • Publish links to member blogs and websites. Submit your link to wyowriters@gmail.com.

  • Get your newest publication on our Bookshelf. Members can submit a publication for one free book listing on our website Bookshelf. Send a jpeg of the cover, a short blurb, and the book’s ISBN to wyowriters@gmail.com. Additional listings cost $10 per year. 

  • Promote writing related events through the Wyoming Writers social media channels. Please send information to wyowriters@gmail.com. 


WWI Constitution and Bylaws

Read the WWI Constitution and Bylaws HERE.


Contact Us

All inquiries can be directed via email to wyowriters@gmail.com or to our mailing address:


Wyoming Writers Inc.
P.O. Box 454
Riverton, WY 82501



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