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4th Annual Evening of Readings at The Bardstown – Nov 7, 2019

  Please join Women Who Write for our Fourth Annual Evening of Readings at The Bard’s Town, 1801 Bardstown Road, on November 7, 2019. Gather at 6:00 pm to order beverage and food. Readings will begin promptly at 6:30 pm. This event is in lieu of our monthly (November) meeting at the library. All genres are welcome. For those interested ...

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Letter from the Director — October 2019

Dear Members, After years of uncertainty as to whether the Mid-City Mall Library Branch would be closed, the WWW Board began exploring options for moving our meetings to another Louisville Public Library branch. The Board has now decided to apply for a meeting room at the South-Central Regional Branch on the Outer Loop. We chose this site because of the ...

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WWW Holiday Luncheon – Dec 7, 2019

The Dutch treat holiday luncheon is scheduled for Sat., Dec. 7, 2019 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at the Highlands Mark’s Feed Store, 1514 Bardstown Road, Louisville, KY 40205. Bring a gently used book you have read and gift wrapped in newsprint if you want to participate in our gift exchange.   Here’s what others are bringing:    

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Letter from the Director — September 2019

Dear Members, Next WWW Meeting Our next WWW meeting is September 5th at 6:30 at the Mid-City Mall Public Library Branch. If you plan to read, please remember to bring copies of your work for members to provide feedback. August Meeting and Readings Ten members were in attendance. We had three no visitors. Member Readings: Ramona Osbourne – Memoir – ...

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Letter from the Director — July/August 2019

Dear Members, Next WWW Meeting Our next WWW meeting is August 1st at 6:30 at the Mid-City Mall Public Library Branch. If you plan to read, please remember to bring copies of your work for members to provide feedback.         June Meeting and Readings Nine members were in attendance. We had no visitors. Member Readings: Irene Sueyevich ...

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Members’ Fall Writers’ Retreat – Oct 19-20, 2019

Saturday, October 19 at 10am until Sunday, October 20 at 3pm 8221 Wolf Pen Branch Road Louisville, KY 40059 Mark your calendar for October 19th at 10:00 AM – October 20th until 3:00 PM for the Women Who Write’s Annual Fall Retreat at the Hopscotch House. This is a MEMBERS ONLY event. Come for a few hours, spend the day, ...

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Workshop: Scene Development – July 10th

Workshop: Scene Development A workshop presented by Women Who Write featuring author and marketer Cheri Powell     What structure is needed in a scene? How do I know if I’m doing it well? Scenes are essential to the flow of your narrative, yet both beginning and experienced writers struggle with getting them “right.” At Women Who Write, our goal ...

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Letter from the Director — June 2019

Dear Members, Inspired to Write: Field Trip to the Backside of Churchill Downs See Churchill Downs like you’ve never seen it before and get inspired to write! On Saturday, June 22nd, Women Who Write members are invited to attend a special field trip to the backside of Churchill Downs. This event is designed to boost creativity, broaden cultural horizons, and ...

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Letter from the Director — May 2019

Dear Members,     Upcoming Women Who Write Workshop Developing Your Author Platform Now that the craziness of April is behind us, don’t forget to register for this workshop designed to help writers get a leg up when it comes to building a presence and designing strategies to increase your visibility.  Stephanie Feger, author and marketing strategist will address the concept ...

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Featured Members Publications

    Women Who Write is a group that works to welcome, educate and support all women who aspire to write. Our vision is to be the “go-to” place for women writers.   If you are a member and would like to be included on our Featured Member Authors and Publications page, please submit the following information form.   *You must ...

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