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Members’ Fall Writers’ Retreat — Nov 5–6, 2022

  Women Who Write will host a writing retreat on Saturday, November 5 and Sunday, November 6 at the Kentucky Foundation for Women’s Hopscotch House. Cost is $30 per day, $50 for both days, or $80 overnight. November 5 ($30) November 6 ($30) Both days ($50) Both days with overnight ($80) – Overnight space is limited to 5 guests. Cost includes ...

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Summer Writers’ Retreat 2022

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  Date: Saturday, July 16—We’ll meet from 9 AM to 5 PM   Place: A private home in St. James Court (registrants will receive address and directions)   Cost: $20 for members; $35 for non-members   Agenda—On the retreat’s agenda is coffee and conversation, a writing prompt, time to write,  lunch (provided), a casual historic and folklore tour (optional) of St. James and Belgravia ...

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Christmas Party at Molly Malone’s – Dec 14, 2021

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  Christmas Party at Molly Malone’s     Tuesday, December 14— will be an in-person Christmas party from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at Molly Malone’s Irish Pub & Restaurant at 933 Baxter Ave in Louisville. We have a private room and we can order from the menu. After dinner, we’ll enjoy an open mic for five-minute readings by WWW members. Please RSVP via ...

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Fall Retreat at the Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve – Dec 11, 2021

    Register to attend the Women Who Write retreat, Saturday, December 11th at the Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve in Goshen, KY. We’ll come together to write and share our writing, provide small group peer commentary, and read aloud from works-in-progress. We will meet at The Fieldhouse, a building on the nature preserve property. WWW will limit attendance to 15 ...

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Meetings via Zoom Video Conferencing

Join us for our next Zoom meeting, on the second Tuesday of the month through the Zoom video conferencing platform 6:30 to 8 PM. Members who want a critique, please send a manuscript (no more than 1200 words) by 5 PM the Monday prior to kgcrumwrites4life@gmail.com as a Word attachment. We will screen-share your manuscript so members and guests can provide peer critiques. ...

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Join us at the 15th Annual Kentucky Women’s Book Festival!

Join us at the 15th Annual Kentucky Women’s Book Festival!   The 15th annual Kentucky Women’s Book Festival will feature several authors Saturday, March 13th, 2021 virtually on Microsoft Teams 10am-12:30pm. The festival will be recorded and posted afterwards. The festival’s opening speaker will be Cassie Chambers Armstrong, Louisville Metro Councilwoman and Author of Hill Women: Finding Family and a Way Forward in the ...

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Members’ Fall Writers’ Retreat – Oct 10–11, 2020

Saturday, October 10 at 10am until Sunday, October 11 at 3pm   We will retreat again at the Hopscotch House in Prospect, KY on Saturday, October 10—all day—with an overnight option on Saturday night. Cost is $20 including one boxed dinner (no potluck). WWW will provide individually wrapped snacks and each participant will bring a sack lunch. We can accommodate ...

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Members Retreat at Valaterra — July 18th, 2020

  Members’ Retreat at Valaterra Saturday, July 18th 9am – 6pm   Our Writing Retreat at the Valaterra Spiritual Retreat Center in Lagrange, KY is scheduled for Saturday July 18th—9 AM to 6PM. The retreat will begin with a panel discussion featuring a panel of women writers from several genres. Participants will then enjoy quiet time to write without distraction, ...

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July 7th Meeting via Zoom Video Conferencing

Join us for our next meeting, Tuesday, July 7 through the Zoom video conferencing platform 6:30 to 8 PM.   Members who want a critique, please send a manuscript (no more than 1200 words) by 5 PM Monday, July 6 to kimberly.g.crum@gmail.com as a Word attachment. We will screen-share your manuscript so members and guests can provide peer critiques. Attendees will share ...

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