About

Started in 2010, the Taipei Writers Group is an organization of writers interested in furthering their craft, and passionate about the art of writing. Members create poetry, short stories, novels, screen plays, non-fiction and blogs.

Expats and Taiwan nationals from all walks of life and educational backgrounds make up the Taipei Writers Group. Some members write for a living, others just for fun. Several are published writers, and some are completing postgraduate writing courses.

The group meets every other week. Prior to meeting, members submit work to a Dropbox file for others to read and offer feedback. At meetings, a ‘don’t argue about it’ policy operates. Members accept feedback graciously and take comments on board or disregard them as they choose.

If you’re interested in dropping in at a meeting for a closer look or finding out more about the group, please apply to join our Facebook page.

 

 

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Dear Taipei Writers Group’s members,

    I’m Winnie and I am fond of writing short story or novel.

    After I finished my dissertation(creative writing)- a novel, I has been finding a way out to

    keep, improving my short stories. Luckily, I found out this website, hoping I could join

    this writing group. Thank you very much!!

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  2. Hi Winnie Wen
    I apologise for not replying earlier. I’ve only just noticed your message. Do you live in Taipei? The Taipei Writers’ Group meet every two weeks on a Sunday evening, at a cafe near Zhongxiao Xinsheng MRT station. Let me know if you’d like more details, and I’ll send them to you directly.

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