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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November 7

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Marlene Adelstein's debut novel, Sophie Last Seen, will be published in December by Red Adept Publishing.

Therese Gilardi's piece, "After Anne Sexton," appears in the latest issue of ONTHEBUS.

Kenneth Janssen's Tenderly Beats the Lonely Heart will be released by Beacon Publishing Group January 25, 2019.

Ramona DeFelice Long's flash story, "Tats," was published on November 2 by Parhelion Literary Magazine.

Kimberly Lynne's debut novel, A Pocketwatch, Spray Paint, & Morphine, released November 6 from Yellow Wood Press.

Lindy Ryan, writing as Seven Jane, has been signed by Italia Gandolfo of Gandolfo Helin & Fountain Literary Management.

Seven Jane's debut novel, The Isle of Gold, was published by Black Spot Books on October 9.

Suanne Schafer's new book, A Different Kind of Fire, due out November 1 has received a five-star award from Readers' Favorite. 

Theresa Munroe's third novel, Zook's Corner (self-published), was released on September 25.

Sharon Wishnow-Ritchey's flash fiction piece, "Victory at Fleurus," has been published in the latest issue of Coffin Bell. Her short story, "Hair Raising Facts and Bald-Faced Lies," has been accepted for the next issue of the online journal, Chronically Lit. 

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