About WFLF

We are a federation of writers interested in promoting and nurturing literary talent in Northwest Florida through educational programs, writers' workshops, readings, school poetry competitions, community programs, and publications. Our members include published authors and people who enjoy writing: 
  • prose
  • poetry
  • nonfiction
  • fiction, novels and short stories
  • memoirs
  • essays
  • children's and teenager's books
  • plays
How We Do It
  • Speakers, workshops and guest writers
  • Third Tuesday Open Mic (when we read our works aloud)
  • Weekly writing workshops, prose and poetry
  • The Emerald Coast Review, biannual anthology of local writers
  • Community events as Escambia County Student Poetry Contest
  • Special online publications like The Spill, a literary record of the Deep Water Horizon Oil Spill
  • Monthly Newsletter The Legend
Join Our Community of Writers
  • Open Mic Every Third Tuesday of the Month at 6:30 p.m. Come to listen or to read your work.  Board Room, Second floor, Pensacola Cultural Center, 400 S. Jefferson, Downtown Pensacola
  • Weekly Workshops: This month's schedule
The Legend
Read more about us in The Legend, WFLF's monthly newsletter, which contains WFLF news and members' writing. Click the link on the left under the editor's photo.