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Hiring: Member Services Coordinator

Position: Part-time (20 hours/week) Location: St. John’s, NL Responsibilities: The Member Services Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for: membership (maintaining membership renewals and database), communications to our membership and the literary community (bi-weekly e-bulletin, maintaining website,… Read More


Thanks to all who joined us at Element Coffeebar and Lounge for SHOWDOWN AT THE SPACE BAR! Here are the results: The top five finalists ended up being a top six, the judges just couldn’t narrow it down!  “Anomalies” by… Read More

2018 Annual General Meeting

Sunday, November 4 at 11 a.m. Foran Greene Room St. John’s City Hall 10 New Gower Street Please join us for a discussion and review of our 2017-2018 year, a look ahead at our plans for 2018-19, and the election… Read More

WORD, Winter Issue Call for Submissions

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS WORD is a triannual magazine that includes articles on the craft and business of writing, topical issues, interviews, and more. We are seeking submissions of articles 500-1000 words in length for our Winter 2019 issue. Contributors receive… Read More

“New on the Shelf” Call

WANL is seeking titles for their “New on the Shelf” section of the Summer issue of WORD. If you are a WANL member who has published a book from January 2018 onward, please email us the following information for inclusion… Read More

Seeking Workshop Facilitator

SEEKING WORKSHOP FACILITATOR WANL is organizing a private introductory writing workshop for local community groups. We are open to different workshop topics, including different writing genres. The workshop will be 3 hours in length and will be held in St…. Read More

Bookkeeping Request for Proposals

Request for Proposals Non-profit Bookkeeping/Accounting Services Overview The Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador (WANL) is a non-profit member-based organization in St. John’s, NL. WANL is seeking proposals for contracted bookkeeping services. Overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors, WANL… Read More