Through monthly meetings from September through June, we offer fellowship and support to professional and novice writers alike.

Since 1984, the Monadnock Writers’ Group has provided fellowship and support to writers  in all genres and at all levels of achievement. All are welcome! Please check our monthly newsletter, The Quill, for upcoming events  and news. The Quill January 2021

The Monadnock Writers’ Group is very pleased to present our newest anthology of poetry, prose, nonfiction, and theater, Penning the Pandemic,   available now at Toadstool Books in Peterborough, or by request through any other online or brick-and-mortar retail bookseller. Copies at a discounted price will be available at the monthly meetings of the MWG.

The Monadnock Writers’ Group proudly presents its seventh print anthology,

The Mud Chronicles: A New England Anthology

The Mud Chronicles

Our goal is to bring writers together in a friendly, informal environment.

We also help raise awareness of the literary talent in the Monadnock Region and promote reading and publishing opportunities for local writers.

Monadnock Writers Group

MWG monthly meetings are free of charge and open to the public.

To receive the  ZOOM link for virtual meetings, please JOIN OUR MAILING LIST or email Carl atmabbszenoc@yahoo.com.

Writers Night Out will tentatively resume in spring/summer 2021 depending on the state of the pandemic.

2020/2021 Program Year Calendar

September 19, 2020  Penning the Pandemic RESCHEDULED TO ZOOM  
October 5   Writers’ Night In (Zoom Meeting)  
October 17   MWG Meeting: Jack Hitchner (Mariposa Museum)  
November 2  Writers’ Night In (Zoom Meeting)  
November 21: MWG Meeting: Dan Szczesny (Now on Zoom.)  
December 7 Writers’ Night In (Zoom Meeting)  
December 19 Read Around (Zoom Meeting)  
January 4, 2021 Writers’  Night In CANCELED  
 January 15, 2021  MWG Meeting (Zoom Meeting)
February 6, 2021 Three-Minute Fiction Slam (Zoom Meeting)  
February 20, 2021  MWG Meeting (Tentatively scheduled for  Zoom)   

Open Writing Sessions will be TBA for 2020-2021 until library venues are again  open to the public.