Houston Writers Guild Membership
Members are the lifeblood of our organization and together, we are building a community of incredible resources and unforgettable experiences for Houston writers and creatives.
Join the guild and enjoy many outstanding benefits throughout the year. All members get discounts, access to special events, educational content and resources and more. You’ll also get to participate in workshops, writing groups, critique groups and contests reserved exclusively for our members.
All Members Receive:
Members receive substantial discounts on workshops.
Have the opportunity to enter our writing contests.
Attend our conferences and events.
Industry resources included on our website.
Networking opportunities through various meetings.
Opportunity to sell your books at selling venues.
Receive supportive feedback through our Critique Groups.
Be sure to attend our critique groups, meetings, workshops, and conferences to get the most out of your membership.
Your Houston Writers Guild Membership
Please click Register Membership and fill in the form for each member, then return to this page to complete the Membership Payment.
If you have questions about membership and how it works, contact our Membership Director, Mark Andersen by clicking the button below.
Renewing members! Please note you must be logged into the Houston Writers Guild membership portal in order to renew your existing membership!
Please note that you will receive the PayPal receipt of your payment immediately upon joining the Guild. However, since we are a volunteer run organization, it may take us 4-7 business days to confirm your membership and send you login information for the member portal. We appreciate your patience as our membership director processes your onboarding.
If, for some reason, you have not had contact from us confirming your membership and providing you membership portal information after 7 business days, please reach out to our membership director by clicking the button below.
What Our Members Have to Say
'We are each unique, but if more people shared their personal stories of suffering, we would realize truly how similar we all are.' -unk