• Wyoming Resources for Writers

    Here you’ll find a collection of resources for writers in Wyoming, from conferences to local critique groups to literary magazines. If you live in Wyoming, these are some organizations you might want to check out.

     

    WriteByNight

    No matter what state you’re in, claim your free consult to share your writing goals and to learn how WriteByNight’s specialized one-on-one services, from coaching to critique to publication assistance and more, will help you reach them. Click here for a free diagnostic tool, “Common problems and SOLUTIONS for the struggling writer,” and to receive a weekly message full of writing advice and literary goodness.

     

    Jackson Hole Writers Conference

    An annual conference in the scenic Grand Tetons. Offers critiques, workshops, the chance to meet agents and editors, and much more.

    Owen Wister Review

    The University of Wyoming’s student journal, it publishes new fiction, poetry, nonfiction and artwork.

    Ucross Foundation

    A scenic and quiet retreat offering focused writing time and community with other writers and artists.

    Jentel Artist Residency

    Offers dedicated individuals a supportive environment in which to further their creative development. Artists and writers experience unfettered time to allow for thoughtful reflection and meditation on the creative process.

    Equality State Book Festival

    Celebrates books, authors and the written word in Wyoming with two days of festivities in Casper. Readings, panels, book signings and more.

    Wyoming Writers, Inc.

    A member organization offering regular meetings and workshops, as well as an annual conference in Laramie.

    WyoPoets

    Events, contests, meetings and a membership program.

    High Plains Press

    Publishes about four books a year, with a focus on the history of Wyoming and the American West.

    High Plains Register

    An annual, student-produced publication of Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne. It features writers and artists from the college and the surrounding community.

     

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