Willamette Writers Vancouver

Our Vancouver Chapter

Willamette Writers Chapters are local writing communities where writers improve their craft and acquire the career skills required in today’s publishing world.

Vancouver Willamette Writers meets monthly, online and in-person at the Three Creeks Community Library. Please make sure you check the events calendar for meeting details, as they are subject to change. We welcome members from other chapters and all writers aged 18 and older (unless otherwise stated).

Read on to learn about our chapter, and join our mailing list to keep in touch.

Become a Willamette Writers Member today to enjoy membership benefits and discounts.

Our Vancouver Chapter meets the Second Monday of the month, except for August and December. Check our events calendar to confirm any changes.

Upcoming Meetings in Vancouver

There are no upcoming events.

Upcoming Online Meetings

Meeting Format

Time (Unless otherwise specified on the events calendar)

Doors Open at 6:15 pm, and program begins at 6:30 and runs until 7:45 pm



  • Three Creeks Community Library
  • 800 NE Tenney Rd
  • Vancouver, WA 98685


Meeting Cost

Monthly meetings at all the chapters are free and open to the public. Please consider becoming a member or donating to support your chapter meetings. Your support makes our programming possible.

Your Vancouver Chapter Chair

Your Vancouver Chapter is run by a volunteer, the wonderful Rebekah Postupak. Thanks to our chair for her leadership and support!

Rebekah Postupak

Rebekah Postupak is the chair of WW’s Vancouver chapter. In a previous age, she co-founded Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley Writers, wrote regularly for the former Shenandoah Living Magazine, served multiple rounds as a municipal liaison for NaNoWriMo, and crafted (and wrangled!) a weekly, international, multi-year flash fiction community. Her stories have appeared in publications such as From the Depths and Daily Science Fiction, and anthologies such as tdotspec’s Strange Wars; as well as locally in events like Vancouver Community Library’s Visions & Voices exhibit. She is grateful and thrilled to be a part of the WW family.

Connect with Rebekah on Twitter at @postupak.