This weekend the Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA) will host the DWAA Awards Banquet, which recognizes outstanding work about dogs and celebrates the dog writing community. Winners of each Regular Category will receive a Maxwell Medallion, … [Read more...] about DWAA Hosts Annual Awards Banquet this weekend in Manhattan!
We are so inspired by the work of Jill Rappaport, a tireless advocate of senior dog adoptions...and an upcoming keynote speaker at the DWAA Awards Banquet on Feb. 10 at the Hotel New Yorker! Please be sure to tune in and watch "Puppy Bowl Presents: … [Read more...] about Be sure to watch Jill Rappaport, DWAA Keynote Speaker, on Animal Planet’s “The Dog Bowl”!
The Dog Writers Association of America stands opposed to censorship of journalists. As a writing organization founded in 1935, we support the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America: Congress shall make no law respecting … [Read more...] about DWAA Statement on Censorship
So many people have been touched by the poetry of Mary Oliver, who died today. Her collection "Dog Songs" will forever enchant dog lovers. Her lovely words will live on, such as: "Little Dog's Rhapsody in the Night" He puts his cheek against … [Read more...] about In celebration of late poet, Mary Oliver
The Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA) is pleased to announce the four winners of the DWAA Writing Competition’s Junior Writer Award: Atlas by Nikolas Anthony Klimenko, 9 (Category: 7-9) A Passion for Helping Pooches by Jayson Kimberly, 12 … [Read more...] about DWAA Announces Junior Writer Award Winners
Writers compete for Maxwell Medallions and $15,950 in prizes! Today The Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA) announced the nominees for its 2018 Writing Competition, which recognizes outstanding work about dogs. “Ever since I first judged … [Read more...] about The Dog Writers Association of America Announces Contest Nominees