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* 2016: 537 novelists; 8,752,795 words written; 16,299 average wordcount
 
* 2016: 537 novelists; 8,752,795 words written; 16,299 average wordcount
 
* 2017: 499 novelists; 8,758,192 words written; 17,551 average wordcount
 
* 2017: 499 novelists; 8,758,192 words written; 17,551 average wordcount
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* 2018: 456 novelists; 8,656,928 words written; 18,984 average wordcount
  
 
==Municipal Liaisons==
 
==Municipal Liaisons==

Revision as of 15:16, 16 January 2019

The USA :: Virginia :: Hampton Roads region is a metropolitan region in Southeastern Virginia and surrounding towns, including Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Newport News, Williamsburg, and Portsmouth. The U.S. Navy has a large presence in the region. Hampton Roads has 3,082 members.

Regional Stats

  • In 2013, the region wrote 11,464,720 words.
  • 2014: 570 novelists; 10,652,647 words written; 18,688 average wordcount
  • 2015: 591 novelists; 10,510,893 words written; 17,784 average wordcount
  • 2016: 537 novelists; 8,752,795 words written; 16,299 average wordcount
  • 2017: 499 novelists; 8,758,192 words written; 17,551 average wordcount
  • 2018: 456 novelists; 8,656,928 words written; 18,984 average wordcount

Municipal Liaisons

Present

Past

Events

In 2013, the region had an Epic Night of Writing Epically (ENOWE), hosted at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church. One member got some video of the location.

In the News

AltDaily covered Hampton Roads in a 2010 article.

External Links