A supper club connecting
Whatcom writers and industry speakers
May 25th Meeting

Please join us for our May Meeting.

5:30 pm at Brandywine Kitchen
Meeting will start at 6:15

You may join at 6:15 by zoom if you prefer.
See the link below.


 Elizabeth Tervo will speak to us about
"The Story of the Georgia Book: Starting to Write at Midlife"

Elizabeth Tervo is the author of The Sun Does Not Shine Without You (მზე არ მზეობს უშენოდ), a memoir. In 1989 Elizabeth was one of thirty college students selected to study in the Soviet Union according to high-level diplomatic treaty near the end of the Cold War. While at the University in Tbilisi, Georgia, she encountered the exuberant Georgian culture and witnessed the movement for freedom and democracy which was suppressed by Soviet troops in the Tbilisi Massacre. In 2014 when Russia first attacked Ukraine, Elizabeth began to write her story down. She now also writes poetry, stories, and essays, and has been published in Ruminate, the New Haven Review, Inscape, and elsewhere. She lives in Bellingham with her husband and children and is a Presbytera at St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church. 

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Brandywine Kitchen provides the room for free as long as we order food.

New to WWP

Welcome, Pacific Northwest Writers! 

We meet every last Wednesday from September to June in scenic Bellingham, WA. Supper starts at 5:30, and the speaker starts at 7:00.  


The 2021-2022 year Dues are suspended. Dues are 25 dollars a year or 40 for two years. We use the dues to pay for our speakers to come from around the region, and for an occasional table at local writer events. Our dues year runs from September to June, like our meetings, but will roll over if you pay late in the cycle. If you want to try us out first, feel free. Speakers in the past have included authors Cami Ostman and Robert Dugoni, and agent Donald Maass, covering topics such as social media, self-publishing, memoirs, mixed media, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. It is our goal to offer something for everyone, no matter your place in the writing journey-- just starting or long-published. Old school or new. If you have an idea for a speaker or topic, let us know, but if it has been covered recently it might not be picked up.

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25 for 1 year

40 for 2 years

40 for couples

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We have a paypal account if you would prefer to pay on line. You can also pay by check; just drop it off with the treasurer at a meeting.