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Annual Fall Retreat

Most writers need more time to write. At the WWW fall retreat, falling leaves, a rushing waterfall, and the support of other friendly women writers is in abundance like a fruitful fall harvest. The atmosphere is conducive for keyboard clicking. There are lots of nooks and crannies, couches, and tables for writing. Plan now to attend. WWW members will write ...

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Letter from the Director — June 2017

Dear WWW Members, Our Ojibwe word is “July.” Odemiini-giizis is strawberry moon for the western dialect, and baashkaabigonii-giizis is blooming moon for the eastern dialect. June Readers June readers were Peggy Grimes with essay Words or Symbols, Irene Sulyevich’s House Cleaning, and Selene Phillips’ poem Limbo. Among other writing prompts, several writers selected inspiration that used skinny-dipping in a scene. ...

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Conquering the Challenges of Writing the Historical Novel

A workshop combining story, history, characters and research. Writing a historical novel demands extensive work. Writers need to please the credentialed historian and the genre’s avid readers. Join us as author Sue Kelly Ballard examines effective strategies to drop characters into a world where conflicts, actions, and resolutions are a satisfying integrated whole. Ballard will explain the components necessary for ...

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Letter from the Director — May 2017

Dear WWW Members, Ziigwan. (It is spring.) May is Zaagibagaa-giizis, the budding moon, in Ojibwe. Spring Writes Work on your writing project with other WWW members on Friday, May 12, 9:30 to noon at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 10200 Shelbyville Rd., 40223. Our hostess will be WWW member Susan Bauer. If you would like to serve as a hostess, let us ...

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Letter from the Director — April 2017

Dear WWW Members, Ziigwan. (It is spring.) Happy spring WWW writers.     Spring Rejuvenation for Writers There are a few spots left for the Sixth Annual WWW Writer’s Conference: Spring Rejuvenation for Writers on Sat., April 1, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Purdue Research Park Southeast Indiana, 3000 Technology Avenue, New Albany, Ind. Space is limited ...

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Letter from the Director — March 2017

Dear WWW Members, March is Onaabani-giizis or the snow crusted moon. Ojibwe is one of the hardest languages in the world to learn. There are over 40 ways to describe snow. In Louisville, hopefully snow will not keep you from attending the upcoming great WWW events. Hope to see you at the WWW meeting on Thurs., March 2, the Winter ...

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Spring Rejuvenation – Annual Writers Conference – April 1, 2017

Mark your calendar for April 1, 2017, for the sixth annual Women Who Write writer’s conference, Spring Rejuvenation for Writers. We’re taking a different approach this year and making the event more interactive. Bring your current project, laptop, notes, and imagination. We will provide a quiet place for you to receive new inspiration. Not working on a project right now? ...

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Writing Workshop on February 15th: Emotional Honesty

  Escape, Explore, Experience   Escape for an evening of exploring experiences and unlocking memories in ways you may never have imagined. Sponsored by Women Who Write, join Bonnie Jean Feldkamp for her workshop: Emotional Honesty: Writing Personal Experiences When the Details Get Fuzzy.   Discover what it means to write with emotional honesty and address common obstacles when writing ...

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Letter from the Director – February 2017

Dear WWW Members, Valentine’s day is approaching with thoughts of hearts abounding. Join other members for the Feb. 15 workshop or the serenity of a Winter Writes. Mark your calendar for the April 1 interactive conference.   February Writers’ Workshop: Escape, Explore, Experience Unlock memories in ways you may never have imagined. Join WWW member Bonnie Jean Feldkamp for the ...

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