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We are the Portland, Oregon chapter of Romance Writers of America. Our mission is to educate, support, and mentor published and unpublished members in the profession of romance writing. We welcome anyone who is pursuing their dream of writing romance. If you are new to the area or want to learn more about our chapter, feel free to come for a visit. Check out the membership information or send an email to our Secretary at secretary@rosecityromancewriters.com.

MEETING LOCATION: PCC – Sylvania Campus

(See meeting information below for room number)

Portland Community College Map in PDF


9am Social hour in the TCB lobby

10am-10:30am. General meeting begins in TCB 218

10:30-12:00. Workshop (Room TCB 218)


RCRW 2017 Spring Fling

March 31-April 1, 2017

Sell Your Book: Marketing and Craft Workshop

With Allyson Longueria, Farrah Rochon, Amy Liz Talley, and Cecilia Tan

McMenamins Kennedy School
5736 NE 33rd Ave
Portland, OR 97211

$100 – RCRW/GSRWA Members
$120 – Non-Members / General Public

*Registration for the Spring Fling is now closed

 


April 8, 2107 (Rescheduled from January)

The Business of Writing: Seven People Writers Should Meet Before They Need Them

by Merien Grey

Not quite published yet or still fairly new and want to do more to further your career than write and build numbers on social media? When it comes to the business side of writing there are seven key business connections that can be made before an author “needs” them. More importantly, starting early can mean the difference in professional help an author trusts or help that will simply do. There are specific skill sets that can be very valuable to authors if they knows how to seek out professionals that have them. This class covers what the following people can do for an author and how to find, vet and take on services of a literary or intellectual property attorney, a literary accountant, webhost, insurance agent for media professionals, business specific banker, secretary of state representative and a department of revenue officer (and why you need the last two if you don’t already know). This class is about giving authors the tools they need to find service professionals they will need on their terms, budget and time frame.