• Montana Resources for Writers

    Here you’ll find a collection of resources for writers in Montana, from conferences to local critique groups to literary magazines. If you’re looking for a writing group near you, a writing workshop near you, or simply a place to hang out with writers or submit your work, these are some Montana writing organizations you might want to check out:

     

    WriteByNight

    For more than a decade, WriteByNight has helped writers in Montana and beyond achieve their literary goals. And we want you to be next! Claim your free consultation to learn about WBN’s customizable one-on-one writers’ services, including:

    Book CoachingIf you’re writing a book and want some help along the way.

    Manuscript Critique: If you’ve written a book and want a critique, edit, and/or proofread.

    Publication Assistance: If you’ve written a book and want help finding an agent or publisher.

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    Authors of the Flathead

    The Authors of the Flathead is a writing group for writers from all around northwest Montana, ranging from novelists to nonfiction writers, screen to short story writers, and poets to journalists.

     

    CutBank Magazine

    Founded in 1973, Cutbank publishes two print issues a year of poetry, fiction and literary nonfiction by established writers and new voices.

     

    Missoula Writing Collaborative

    The Missoula Writing Collaborative teaches literary competence, critical thinking, cultural awareness and artistic joy through creative writing. Offers writing workshops, readings, and more.

     

    Montana Cowboy Poetry Gathering

    A 4-day cultural festival dedicated to celebrating and preserving the history, heritage and values of the cowboy lifestyle through cowboy poetry and western music lyrics.

     

    Montana StoryKeepers

    Montana StoryKeepers is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and preserving oral and written histories through sharing and gathering, conducting multi-generational programs, collaborating on educational events, and participating in community endeavors.

     

    Whitefish Review

    A new literary journal based in Whitefish that publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, photography and interviews, with a slant toward mountain culture.

     

    Help us add to this list, Montanians! Do you know of writing group near you, a writing workshop near you, or a Montana literary journal we should be aware of? Let us know here




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