W&A Community

The W&A Community contains a host of brilliant features: take part in discussions, join or start groups with like-minded writers, and share extracts of your work to receive objective feedback. Community engagement also means reward points added to your profile, so expect us to be in regular contact to make you aware of exclusive discounts across W&A events, editing services, and more. One final free W&A feature to look out for is our Writing Calendar, which gives you the chance to make all W&A Community members aware of a writing or publishing event you’re involved in. Visit Writing Calendar for more details

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Connect with other users and benefit from the following:

  • Receive objective feedback on extracts of your work
  • Ask questions, offer insight and help others
  • Build a network of writers and/or illustrators you can call on
  • Earn discounts on events and services for regular Community interaction
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Form and join groups on W&A and benefit from the following:

  • Search for others at a similar stage of the writing process
  • Base groups around fiction/non-fiction genres you love
  • Find others inspired by particular writers, artists or creative movements
  • Start your own writing group with other members of the W&A community
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Writing Calendar Competitions

Saveas Writers' International Writing Competition 2021
SaveAs Writers launch their annual international creative writing competition, this year asking for poems and short stories on the theme of Horizons. T
Saveas Writers' International Writing Competition 2021
SaveAs Writers launch their annual international creative writing competition, this year asking for poems and short stories on the theme of Horizons. T
Saveas Writers' International Writing Competition 2021
SaveAs Writers launch their annual international creative writing competition, this year asking for poems and short stories on the theme of Horizons. T
The Rhys Davies Short Story Competition 2021

The Rhys Davies Short Story Competition recognises the very best unpublished short stories in English in any style and on any subject up to a maximum of 5,000 words by writers in / from