King County Library System

The King County Library System has over 17 community libraries throughout South King County, offering a variety of story times, writers’ groups, computer classes, book clubs, multicultural programs and citizenship preparation classes.¬† For more information about specific libraries and their programs, please visit Turn to us. The choices will surprise you.

Northwest Renaissance Poets

Northwest Renaissance Poets is a non-profit organization supporting the teaching, writing, performing and publishing of poetry within the Pacific Northwest.

  • Susan Landgraf, Treasurer
  • 28420 34th Avenue S; Auburn WA 98001


  • Marjorie Rommel, Secretary
  • 214 ‘N’ Street NE; Auburn WA 98002

Plateau Area Writers Association

Comprised of aspiring and accomplished writers, PAWA meets the second week of March, June, September and December at the Enumclaw Library; publishes a Quarterly and Anthologies; supports critique groups, classes, and student writing competitions fostering accomplishment of and appreciation for the art of writing.

Susan Etchey, Freelance Writer

Experienced freelance writer, artist representative, publicist, media specialist for all South King County. Currently blog about the visual, literary and performing arts on the Plateau. Promote organizational events and/or publicize individual artists. Compose and submit news and press releases to media. Experienced in arts marketing. 30 years experience as a writer. Published over 6,000 articles for magazines, newspapers in Florida.

  • Susan Etchey;¬†Freelance Writer/Artist Representative
  • Box 652;¬†Enumclaw WA 98022
  • 863.233.6506