Women's Fiction Writers Association is an inclusive organization of writers creating layered stories in which the plot is driven by the main character's emotional journey.

We believe that women’s fiction heightens human connection, engenders empathy, and illuminates new perspectives. By consciously supporting all voices and providing tools and resources to rigorously develop craft, the Women’s Fiction Writers Association fosters successful careers, meaningful relationships, and the creation of resonant, diverse stories.

Whether you are an aspiring, debut, or multi-published author, we offer support and resources to help you improve and succeed. Members gain exclusive access to craft workshops and webinars taught by industry leaders, insider recaps of industry news, pitch sessions with women's fiction agents, and more! 

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Announcements 

MEMBER NEWS

Tori Eldridge is thrilled to announce that her debut novel, The Ninja Daughter, will be published in Fall 2019 by Agora Books, the new diversity-focused crime imprint of Polis Books. 

Audra McElyea recently signed with Liza Dawson of Liza Dawson Associates.

Rhoda Novak won the Palm Springs Writers Guild Discovery Contest for her short fiction story, "Facing the Unknown."

Tracey Phillips signed her suspense thriller featuring a female detective with Crooked Lane Books.

Angela M. Shupe’s essay, “Home,” was published as an Editor’s Pick in Barren  Magazine, Issue No. 4.

Rochelle Weinstein signed a publishing deal with Lake Union Publishing for This Is Not How It Ends, to be released October 2019. This is her third release with Lake Union. 

Laura Drake's December release, The Last True Cowboy, has been chosen by Amazon's Editorial Board as one of their Best Books for December.

Kelly Marks wrote a short story titled "The Mailman" that was chosen for publication in Junto Magazine's December issue.

Amber Cowie's debut novel, Rapid Falls, released December 1 from Lake Union Publishing. 

Elizabeth Sumner Wafler is thrilled to have gained literary representation with Pamela Harty of The Knight Agency.

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