As the Executive Director of the Richmond, Virginia, literary nonprofit James River Writers for over a decade, and a volunteer for eight years before that, Katharine Herndon has helped hundreds of writers pursue their goals and dreams. She passionately believes in service to the literary community and has been a judge for the Virginia High School League and the local Scholastic awards, as well as being a panelist for selecting the Visual Arts Center of Richmond’s first Writer in Residence, Richmond’s first Poet Laureate, and the Virginia Commission for the Arts’ Artist Fellowship in Poetry.
James River Writers: https://jamesriverwriters.org/
Community is everything for a writer—both in a feel-good, warm and fuzzy way and in the real-world, show-me-the-money way. You never know what benefits you’ll see from the efforts you put out into the world. For ten quick tips on benefiting from
joining a writing community, check out Katharine Herndon’s free downloadable pdf here: https://dl.bookfunnel.com/ino310grgu