writers alliance

Writing is the Key to Literary Excellence


Columbia Writers Alliance, a non-profit literary arts organization, works to inspire and assist writers to become published authors while providing quality literacy programs, inclusive of cultural and educational experiences.

Open enrollment

January 1st  - March 15th

Celebrate with us:

 Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021

5:00 pm

Meeting ID: 822 962 5715 - Passcode: 2read

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Due to the Pandemic

We Zoom

Every 2nd Saturday, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 822 962 5715
Passcode: 2write



Please bring work in progress only. Prepare 3 pages of said work to be read for suggested critiquing

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Are Your Creative Juices Stalled?

Are You Experiencing Writers Block?

Then We've Got the Fix You Need

Put on your thinking cap and write like the expert you know you are!

Alice Faye Duncan

Columbia Writers Alliance Presents:

Special Guest Award-Winning Author:

Alice Faye Duncan

I write books for young readers.


I read my books and play ukulele for school visits.


I speak to adult groups about literacy and writing. 

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Words: The Gift to Create & Empower

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Author, Becky Dewitt is a welcome guest of The Columbia Writers Alliance presenting a hands-on workshop developed for aspiring writers and published authors. It is specifically for writers who are committed and interested in cost-effective promotion and marketing through various mediums and social media. Course content includes Book Trailer Development, Covers & Catalogs, Social Media, etc. There are 3 segments to be presented with this being the first which will focus on creating a book trailer. For the aspiring writers, bring your work in progress along with a proposed title and cover.


Attendees are to bring a laptop, book cover (if ready) in jpeg, and book blurb. The objective is for the writer to create a book trailer. Class is limited to 17 participants. Light refreshments will be served.


For more information contact:

Jerlean Noble, or Mikell Snooks,

Telephone: between 10:00 am-6:00 pm (803) 466-6550

be given to 4 people of your choice for suggested critiquing

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