RCRW meets the second Saturday of each month at 10:00 a.m. at Portland Community College – Sylvania Campus, in the room noted in the specific meeting information. Each meeting begins with a brief business meeting and is followed by a guest speaker. Author booksignings are often scheduled after the meeting. Check the Home Page for current speaker and meeting information.
In the event of inclement weather, we will notify you below if the meeting has been canceled.
Meeting are at no-cost for RCRW Members. There is a $5.00 guest fee for non-members. People are welcome to attend our meetings, up to two times, before they are required to become RCRW chapter members.
A detailed Portland Community College Map in PDF may help you to locate the building.
If you’re interested in joining us as a guest and would like more information, please e-mail our Secretary. The Secretary can also provide information on how to become a member. Please check out our Membership page for a list of benefits that come with joining the chapter.
All programs and speakers are arranged by our V.P. of Programs., who plans programs from March-March each year. If you have any comments or suggestions for future speakers, please e-mail the V.P. of Programs.
Are you considering joining Rose City Romance Writers? To get an idea of the wonderful slate of meeting speakers we are able to get each year take a look at our scheduled line-up.
Most of Our Meetings Will Follow This Timeline
In the event of inclement weather, please check
here to see if meetings have been canceled.
Also note, some of the future meetings are tentative and subject to change.
January 13, 2018
After the First Draft:
by Jessa Slade
Writing is rewriting. Which is simple to say (and sorta cliché!) but not always so easy to do. Learn self-editing tips and tricks for commercial genre fiction from Jessa Slade a.k.a. Elsa Jade, romance novelist and RITA-award-winning editor. We’ll re-envision stories from the big-picture thematic overview down to those much-maligned adverbs and everything in between so you can send your very best work to New York, your freelance editor, your critique partner, and/or — eventually — your readers.