Statement of Aims and Objects
The H.G. Wells Society, The Americas is an association of persons interested in the life, works and thought of Herbert George Wells; and more specifically, for those anxious to encourage a wider interest in his writings and ideas. As an American chapter of the International Society our object and aims are largely the same.
As an object, we seek "to promote and encourage universally an active interest in, and appreciation of, the life, work and thought of Herbert George Wells."
Our aims are as follows:-
Membership of the Society is open to all who are in agreement with the Society's aims, and who agree to pay an annual subscription price.
All members are strongly encouraged to join the International Society as well. All members will receive a bi-annual newsletter, and (as material warrants) journal.
With the advent of the Internet and the comparative ease with which the majority of Wells books are now accessible in one form or another, the Society will seek to develop a books supply service for members.
Wherever there are a number of members residing in the same locality, the formation of local groups for the purpose of discussion and mutual contact will be encouraged. It is proposed to form groupings within the Society, in order that members my concentrate their energies on those aspects of Wellsian thought and work which specially appeal to them.
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