Guidance for New and Prospective Members of the Management Committee

About the Society of Authors
The SoA is a trade union for professional authors founded in 1884. Its first president was Tennyson. It exists to empower authors, protecting their rights and furthering their interests. It is a successful and growing organisation and as of 2019 has over 10,700 members from all areas of writing including fiction and nonfiction, poets, illustrators, translators, performers and scriptwriters. We also welcome emerging writers and poets. See the eligibility criteria
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