Looking for Kentucky Writers Groups and resources? You’re in the right place. Since one of our favorite freelancers was born in Kentucky, it only makes sense to draw attention to the birthplace of gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson with a never-ending collection of Kentucky writer’s groups.
Kentucky Writers Groups
KaBoom Writing Collective is made up of published writers and dedicated to raising awareness of Kentucky literature. The group meets weekly in Lexington, Kentucky.
The Kentucky Women Writers Conference has its home on Facebook. This conference is for women writers at every stage of their career from “thinking about it” to published professional.
The Writers Retreat Workshop was founded in 1987 by the late Gary Provst to help novel and narrative non-fiction writers hone their craft. Today the workshops are still going strong and offer intimate retreats with limited sign-ups to keep the sessions productive.
The Kentucky Outdoor Press Association has been serving writers and encouraging responsible use of outdoor resources since 1951.
Kentucky Writers’s Day is sponsored by the Kentucky Arts Council to encourage writers and readers alike, but also to celebrate the celebrate the anniversary of the birth of Kentucky native Robert Penn Warren, first poet laureate of the U.S.
KYLance is a company dedicated to bringing Kentucky freelancers in touch with Kentucky businesses.
LinkedIn has a collection of Kentucky writers perfect for networking.
The Kentucky Writing Project is part of a nationwide network of writing project sites.
The Kentucky Literary Newsletter has plenty of resources and links for Kentucky writers.