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September 2001 WritersNet4: The Conversation Continues
Tuesday's events left us all reeling with shock. Our thoughts are with all those affected by tragic events in New York and Washington D.C. I suspect few writers managed to put many words on paper yesterday.
This newsletter is dedicated to those writers scrambling to put those events in words for people around the world eager for news and any members of the WritersNet community touched by yesterday's tragedy. We publish today as our very small contribution to efforts to restore normalcy and with utmost respect for all victims of yesterday's terrorist attack.more

August 2001 WritersNet3: Did you know?
Our third newsletter is a little different. We have made some changes that we thought members who gave us permission to bug them would like to hear about. Those of you who subscribe to the regular newsletter may find that you know some of this stuff. But there is lots we haven't told you...more

June 2001 WritersNet2 continues the conversation
WritersNet Mail: you suggested it and we did it. A reader suggested that he would like to have "my chosen profession in my email address." Could we offer Web based mail a la Hotmail and Yahoo? We could. WritersNet now offers an online mailbox for all your writing related correspondence. more

June 2001 WritersNet awakens, shrugs and speaks
Been to WritersNet lately? It is six months since we introduced our new look and feel and boy how traffic has grown. More than 50,000 visitors converge on WritersNet every month. The discussion forums are livelier than ever. We challenge you not to learn something from fellow writers there... more

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