A message from your webmaster

It’s been almost two months since we launched our redesigned website and while the feedback has been mostly positive we realized there are still a number of things we need to work on. One of the biggest areas of concern is an inability to login. We did our best to migrate all the user information […]

Bee a Champ!

Bee a Champ! If you enjoy spelling challenges, we hope you are considering competing in the Knoxville Writers’  Guild Second Annual Spelling Bee on Thursday September 7. Let’s say you are the person in your household whom everyone asks how to spell words that range syllabically from “feral” to “apocryphal” and you deliver the right […]

What Size House?

What Size House? by Caitlin Hamilton Summie On August 26th at 2 pm at the Knoxville Barnes & Noble, fiction writers and KWG members Pamela Schoenewaldt and Caitlin Hamilton Summie will have a lively exchange, moderated by book publicist Rick Summie, about working with their respective houses—and what happened with their marketing. Schoenewaldt most recently […]

Knoxville Writers’ Guild is accepting submissions to fall writing contest

As autumn approaches, the concept of family moves closer to the center of our thoughts and activities. With this in mind, the Knoxville Writers’ Guild is opening its first Autumn Writing Contest with ‘Family’ as the theme. We invite submissions that examine the complex nature of families and our relationships and the bonds that join […]

Three Minutes for Your Guild

Hi Everyone, I just took the KWG new survey, and it took no more than three minutes, and it’s this easy: Website home page When you see the survey illustration click on “Read More” Take 10 question survey. The Guild mostly exists to benefit its membership, and spending these three minutes will help us know […]