Membership Rules

Before attending a workshop, please take the time to read our membership rules and guidelines:

  • Cell phones are allowed during workshops but must be silenced. We ask that members not accept phone calls during the workshop unless it’s an emergency. We only get one night every two weeks to be together and focus on writing, so let’s make it count.

  • While networking is a huge bonus of being in a writers’ group, it is not the main focus. Please keep self-promotion to a minimum.

  • This is not a place to sell your published books. When we have longer workshops (such as conferences), then we will have a table to showcase your work.

  • If anyone—male or female—feels uncomfortable due to a member's/speaker's conduct, specifically sexual in nature, that member is encouraged to come to the organizer (Shayla) or any of the trustees (Gary or Janey) and request us to investigate. From there, we will decide if a suspension from the group is necessary. We value you as a member and do not, in any way, want you to feel unsafe.

  • If you do not like or support a certain activity during the workshop or when discussing future workshops, please hold your peace and discuss after the workshop with the organizer or trustees (Shayla, Gary, or Janey).

  • We welcome writers of all experience levels; however, our goal is to take aspiring fiction writers and lead them along the way to a successful life as an author. We want to help beginners.

  • Be kind and encouraging to one another.

  • When someone is presenting a session, please be courteous and respectful of their time. If you keep overtaking the class or interrupting the speaker, it will be addressed after the class.

  • If a member feels as though he or she cannot follow these rules, he or she will be asked to leave. We do have a “three strikes, you’re out” policy.



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First book signing for  Shivers in the Night  at Mabel C. Fry library in Yukon.