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Literacy Research Association (LRA) Study Group: Academic Writers

The Newspaper Guild (Communications Workers of America) and The Guild Reporter. Novelists, Inc, a professional organization for multi-published writers of popular fiction in all genres (whether two novels or 102 with about 500 members PEN America (poets/playwrights, essayists/editors, novelists an organization of published authors, aspiring writers, and all who love the written word, with an emphasis on literary writers around.

The National Press Photographers Association (nppa) a professional organization for visual journalists (7,000 members strong promoting the creation, practice, training, editing and distribution of visual journalism in all news media, as a valuable public service National Writers Union (NWU part of United Auto Workers, easy to join.

Has 3600 members in 48 chapters worldwide. Society for Technical Communication (STC whose 14,000 members include technical writers and editors, content developers, documentation specialists, technical illustrators, instructional designers, academics, information architects, usability and human factors professionals, visual designers, Web designers and developers, and translators - anyone whose work makes technical information available to those who need it. Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ important organization of (chiefly staff) journalists. Text and Academic Authors Association (TAA) keeps its members (authors of text and academic material) informed about their professional interests as authors and educators, protects their copyright and contract rights, and helps improve the working conditions of creators of academic intellectual property.

This organization knows how to cultivate fans! Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc. (sfwa informs, supports, promotes, defends and advocates for its members, helping over 1800 authors, artists, and allied professionals deal effectively with agents, editors, anthologists and producers in non-print media.

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