The Kenosha Writers’ Guild is a free group, held in Kenosha, open to anyone with an interest in writing. Our members are from southeastern Wisconsin and northeastern Illinois.
Through workshops and meetings, the KWG offers its members a welcoming community and the opportunity to develop their skills and confidence as a writer.
Our members range from published authors to new writers or those who write simply because they enjoy doing so. Their work covers many genres: fiction, non-fiction, children’s literature, poetry, short stories, novels, erotica, feature articles and more.
We meet at 6:30 pm, on the third Thursday of every month at Carthage College, Room 196 in the Straz bldg., 2001 Alford Park Drive, Kenosha Wisconsin.
Our main focus is on creating a welcoming space for writers to gather together to share their work and be part of a congenial writing community. At the meetings we share our work with the group, offer friendly and constructive critiques, and discuss anything and everything about writing. All this while enjoying an outstanding view of Lake Michigan.
On the second Thursday of the month, we alternate free workshops, in-depth critiques, or discussions to develop our writing skills. Workshops vary in content and may be led by an existing member of the group or a guest speaker. Check the News page for information about the next workshop topic or view our KWG critique guidelines.
If you’re interested in joining, stop by a meeting or workshop to see what we’re all about or send us a message below.