Writers' Room of Boston

Type:
Writers Space
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Phone: 
(617) 523-0566

Founded in 1988, the Writers’ Room of Boston is a nonprofit organization that provides affordable workspace for emerging and established writers. Members may attend readings, the WROB salon, and other community events. An annual reading of the members’ work is organized every summer and open to the public. Facilities include ten private carrels, free Wi-Fi, a kitchen, and two common lounge areas, as well as office equipment, including printers and fax machines.

Address:

111 State Street
5th Floor
Boston, MA 02109
United States
42° 21' 32.6844" N, 71° 3' 17.2836" W
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