The Wednesday and Friday Writers’ groups offer

     •  creative support and inspiration
     •  exercises and ideas to help shape your pieces
     •  thoughtful feedback and careful editing
     •  guidance getting happily published
     •  simpatico and talented women writers to encourage you
     •  a lively writers’ community


Elizabeth Fishel (click here for bio) created the first Wednesday Writers group in 1991 and since then has been leading groups both Wednesdays and Fridays in her Rockridge living-room, just a few blocks from the Rockridge BART stop. To guide and inspire each writer to find her own voice, she draws on her wide experience as a writing instructor and the author of five nonfiction books and dozens of magazine articles.

The groups are open to writers at all stages, from those just beginning and writing for their own pleasure and self-discovery to those who are publishing their work. Our group members’ essays have appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle, The East Bay Monthly, Diablo, The Contra Costa Times,The Christian Science Monitor, The Sun, Huffington Post, and on KQED’s “Perspectives”, among others, and many have published books and contributed essays to anthologies.


More info about the groups and how to join:

We welcome new members! Registration is ongoing. Kindly contact Elizabeth for more information.

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An early Wednesday Writers’ group
front: Robin Slovak,
Terri Hinte, Elizabeth Fishel,
Martha Slavin, Kathleen Faraday,
Ellen Hauptli
back: Lorna Mason,
Julie Searle, Clare Bell-Fuller,
Michelle Grant, Karen Yencich,
Ronnie Caplane,
Mary-Jo Murphy,
June Baker



About the Groups

A Brief History

Celebrating our
20th Anniversary
in March, 2011