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Letter from the Director – October 2016

    Dear Writers, Here’s what falling leaves are floating our way. Fall Retreat We will write, read, talk about writing, and laugh at the Hopscotch House, 8221 Wolf Pen Branch Road, Prospect, Ky., 40059, during our annual fall retreat. Scheduled for Fri., Oct. 21, 3:00 p.m., through Sun., Oct. 23, at 3:00 p.m., join us for reflection, rejuvenation, respite, ...

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Letter from the Director – August 2016

  Back to school time reminds me why school is wonderful, all that reading and writing. I’m still squeezing in all the summer activities I can. Hope August has been good to you so far. —Selene Phillips, Director, Women Who Write WWW 2016 Conference The keynote wowed us. Luncheon panelists knocked our socks off, and other presenters inspired and taught ...

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New fundraising cookbook for Farmington Historic Plantation in Louisville

Three Women Who Write members—Peggy Grimes, Cheri Powell, and Susan Lindsey—recently helped produce a new fundraising cookbook for Farmington Historic Plantation in Louisville. Speed Family Heritage Recipes is currently available on Amazon.com. Working in conjunction with the project sponsor, Corn Island Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, they helped transformed a stack of heritage recipes into a delightful ...

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Letter from the Director – July 2016

WWW July Conference As of this writing, 36 spaces are left for the conference. Space is limited due to the fire marshal’s restrictions. Members need to register for the conference as soon as possible. We have quite a few outside WWW members register for the conference, and we don’t want you to be left out. Please contact a board member ...

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Letter from the Director – June 2016

WWW Conference in July Twenty-one speakers are scheduled to speak. Nancy Gall-Clayton will inspire playwrights. Bestseller and author of 30 novels, Virginia Smith will speak. Her book, The Most Famous Illegal Goose Creek Parade, is a finalist for the prestigious Bookseller’s Best Award. Molly Harper White, known for her award-winning Half-Moon Hollow vampire series set in Kentucky, will talk about ...

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2016 Writer’s Conference Recap — Workshop Descriptions & Speakers

A big thank you to all of you who attended our Writer’s Craft Conference this past July 23, 2016. The Women Who Write writing conference gets better every year, and our recent conference was one of our best! To get an idea of the topics explored and the speakers who presented, please review the complete 2016 Writer’s Craft Conference overview ...

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Bring your writing!

One way to become a better writer is to read good work, over and over. Read The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Courier-Journal, Today’s Woman, Leo, the Louisville Defender, material from the canon and classics, and the bizarre. Another way to improve is to bring your material to WWW meetings. Make about 20 double-spaced copies. If needed, ...

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Letter from the Director – May 2016

Dear Women Who Write Members, Although this Thursday is the Pegasus Parade, Women Who Write will meet as usual at the Highlands Shelby Park Branch of the Louisville Free Public Library in Mid City Mall from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Also this month, we are having a new member luncheon for all WWW members. Please come Saturday, May 14, ...

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10th Annual Kentucky Women’s Book Festival

Saturday, March 5, 2016 9:30 am – 3:30pm Ekstrom Library Belknap Campus University of Louisville Information and Lunch Reservations ($10) by March 2! FREE and open to All! Please contact the Women’s Center: (502) 852-8976 or https://www.eventbrite.com/e/10th-annual-kentucky-womens-book-festival-tickets-21426937547

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Congratulations, Jeannie!

Long-time WWW member Jeannie Waldridge won first place in a WOW! Women on Writing Winter 2015 flash fiction contest for her piece “The Church Meeting.” The genre usually limits the word count to less than a few hundred. Unlike most writers who need a quiet environment, Jeannie craves chaos. She said, “I like to have noise and activity. If things ...

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