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Strategic Plan

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  By Janel Boyd   When I am an old(er) woman, I shall wear yoga pants with impunity and t-shirts of the softest Pima cotton and flip flops every day. I’ll pull my coarse white hair into a ponytail without combing it. Or make a thick braid to fit under the sloppy straw hat I’ll wear when I garden in ...

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Member Newsletter — September 2022

  Danie Franco on Unsplash “. . .  publication is not all that it is cracked up to be. But writing is. That thing you had to force yourself to do — the actual act of writing — turns out to be the best part. It’s like discovering that while you thought you needed the tea ceremony for the caffeine, what you ...

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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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Member Newsletter — August 2022

   Image by Lothar Dieterich from Pixabay   “In a flash of wonderment, she saw firm, continuous ground under her feet, stretching from back then to right now and on and on as far as her eyes could take her.”  ~Ann Brashares~ Dear Members and Friends, Thank you to the nine women, including three new members and one guest, who joined us for ...

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God, Please Save Odessa

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  By Irene Sulyevich First published in Landslide Lit(erary) publication on Medium.com (Note: on the Medium.com platform, the writer retains full rights to her story. Reprints, thus, are permitted) When a war in Ukraine began two weeks ago, I got a lot of calls and messages asking how I feel about this conflict. While appreciating the thoughtfulness and support from ...

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How the Supreme Court’s potential new ruling is not only bad for women, but also for the children and families they claim to protect

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  By Alisa Childress   First published on An Injustice! On Medium.com (Note: on the Medium.com platform, the writer retains full rights to her story. Reprints, thus, are permitted) https://medium.com/an-injustice/scotus-and-the-future-of-women-thoughts-from-a-progressive-in-a-red-state-2deb11a83987   When my son was born, over 19 years ago, my mother, as all proud new grandmothers do, came to the hospital to see us. I was induced overnight Friday ...

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Member Newsletter — July 2022

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  Photo by Clem Onojeghuo on Unsplash   I write only because There is a voice within me That will not be still. ~Sylvia Plath~ Greetings to our Women Who Write! Have you wondered about the elusive thing we call “voice”? Perhaps you’ve been told to “find your voice,” as if you’ve misplaced it under a sofa cushion.  Here is ...

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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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Member Newsletter — June 2022

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Ethan Robertson on Unsplash   Summer, after all, is a time when wonderful things can happen to quiet people. For those few months, you’re not required to be who everyone thinks you are, and that cut-grass smell in the air and the chance to dive into the deep end of a pool give you a courage you don’t have the ...

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Member Newsletter — May 2022

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Image by Alexander Shimmeck via Unsplash   “To describe my mother would be to write about a hurricane in its perfect power. Or the climbing, falling colors of a rainbow.” – Maya Angelou Dear Women Who Write— Here are some random thoughts on mothers, goddesses, and the month of May. You might agree with Maya Angelou that mothers are complex characters. ...

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