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Officer and Volunteer Opportunities for 2019

    The Women Who Write Board is looking for members who will come forward to be Board officer or volunteer for our unique writing group. We ask that you consider what WWW has done for you and how you can further support our community of intelligent talented women writers. Please consider volunteering for one of these leadership positions. If ...

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Words, Warmth, and Wisdom Project

    In an effort to support a community-wide program, Women Who Write has created the Words, Warmth, and Wisdom project. In collaboration with Catholic Charities, our project will encourage reading while providing winter garments to local refugee families participating in The National Center for Families Learning program. (NCFL) Donations of picture books and outwear (hat, scarf, gloves) along with ...

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Letter from the Director — September 2018

Dear WWW Members, Our recent New Members Reception welcomed women writers who recently joined our group. I enjoyed the opportunity to meet these smart and talented women who share our passion for writing. Our new members add their voices to Women Who Write where we strive to be a unique group that supports women as they tell their stories through ...

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2018 Fall Retreat at the Hopscotch House

Join us at the Women Who Write’s Annual Fall Retreat at the Hopscotch House on Saturday, October 13th at 10 am thru Sunday, October 14th at 3pm. Come for a few hours, spend the day, or register as an overnight guest (accommodations are limited to 9 guests). Bring your writing project, enjoy the outdoors, and socialize with old and new ...

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3rd Annual Evening of Readings at The Bard’s Town

  Please join us at The Bard’s Town 1801 Bardstown Road, for Women Who Write’s Third Annual Evening of Readings on November 1, 2018. 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 November WWW monthly meeting at the library. All genres are welcome. For those ...

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Holiday Brunch 2018

  The Dutch treat holiday brunch is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at Mimi’s Café 615 S Hurstbourne Pkwy, Louisville, KY 40222. RSVP  by Wed. November 28th

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Local Author Fair at the Louisville Main Library

Local Author Fair Saturday December 1st from 1pm-4pm Main Library 301 York Street Louisville, Kentucky   Author’s market for independent and self-published local authors (space is limited). Workshops on writing and publishing. Information about the Library’s free resources for writers. Contact Nicole.Wright@LFPL.org for more information.

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Call For Submissions to the BOOM! PROJECT

An Anthology of the Ohio Valley by the Baby Boom Generation WWW members Bonnie Omer Johnson and Kimberly Crum have launched The Boom! Project, a multi-genre anthology they will be producing and editing. The editors are two baby boomer writers, who believe it is time for their generation to lift their voices again, to preserve the past and inspire the ...

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Letter from the Director — June/July 2018

 Dear WWW Members, One of the benefits of Women Who Write are the opportunities to attend WWW events where members socialize, learn, and make connections with fellow women writers. The WWW Board has been busy planning a variety of special events for the upcoming months. I hope you will join us at these events where we each continue our writing ...

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First Book Club Meeting!

  Selene Phillips is organizing a Women Who Write Book Club for members. Our first meeting will be on Wednesday, May 23, at 6 p.m. at Selene Phillips’ house, 5730 Moser Knob Road, Floyds Knobs, Ind., 47119. Selene will provide some drinks and snacks. The first book we will read is A Pearl in the Storm: How I Found My ...

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