About Beth Dugan

Beth Dugan is a graduate of the University of Iowa and studied writing at the prestigious Fiction Writing graduate program at Columbia College, Chicago. She has been a freelance writer for more than a decade and has written for TimeOut Chicago, The Pampered Chef, NewCity Chicago, APICS, Think Glink, UR Chicago, and Venus Zine. She is currently a Content Creation Expert for Signal.co

Illinois Woman’s Press Association 2017 Professional Communications Contest Results Are In

Illinois Woman’s Press Association P.O. Box 180150, Chicago, Illinois  60618 www.iwpa.org CHICAGO – March 27, 2017 -- The Illinois Woman’s Press Association (IWPA), an affiliate of the National Federation of Press Women (NFPW), honors the best professional journalists, writers and communicators in the state through the annual Mate E. Palmer Professional Communications Contest. Communicators may [...]

Illinois Woman’s Press Association’s 2016 Mate E. Palmer Professional Communications Contest Results Announced

Illinois Woman’s Press Association P.O. Box 180150, Chicago, Illinois  60618 www.iwpa.org CHICAGO – March 28, 2016 -- The Illinois Woman’s Press Association (IWPA), in cooperation with the National Federation of Press Women (NFPW), honors the best professional journalists, writers and communicators in the state through the annual Mate E. Palmer Professional Communications Contest. Today, IWPA [...]

Call for Submissions: The Great Lakes Review

The Great Lakes Review is collecting sketches for our Narrative Map project. Sketches should be non fiction of 1000 words or less on a specific place, large or small, public or personal, past or present, within the Great Lakes region. Submissions for the Narrative Map are considered year-round through the GLR website. We can't pay [...]

Elizabeth Wheeler’s Fantastic New Book Wins Award

Elizabeth Wheeler The IWPA would like to congratulate member and 2014 NFPW 1st Place Fiction Winner Elizabeth Wheeler on another huge honor! Libby has been chosen as a Chicago Writer's Association Book of the Year finalist in the Traditional Fiction Category. Her young adult novel Asher's Fault is a must-read! Congrats and good luck Libby! [...]

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