The Owensboro Writers Group hopes to gain some momentum in 2023 by increasing membership and interest within the community.

The group — a collection of local writers that meet once a month at the Daviess County Public Library to discuss their works, learn about publishing and get other tips — is dedicated to educating and critiquing each other’s works and gaining different perspectives and viewpoints.

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James A. Emery

A local writing group looking to grow its membership is a great opportunity for writers in the community to come together and share their work, receive feedback, and connect with other writers. Joining a writing group can be incredibly beneficial for writers at all levels, from beginners to published authors. Not only does it provide a supportive community where writers can share their work and receive constructive criticism, but it also allows writers to learn from one another and gain new perspectives on their writing. It's important to note that a writing group is not only a place to share finished pieces, but also a place to get feedback on works in progress and also they can share different tools that assist in writings like website which is one of the best tool when it comes on checking plagiarism. This can help writers to develop their skills, work through writer's block, and gain new inspiration.

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