Join us for our monthly meeting—beginning 6:30 PM and ending at 8:30 PM. We meet on Zoom and in-person at the South Central Branch— 7300 Jefferson Blvd—of the Louisville Free Public Library. We enjoy lively conversation about the writing life, including peer critiques of short manuscripts—poetry or prose. The strength-based peer critiques affirm each woman’s unique writing style while providing helpful revision suggestions.
We will skip our usual meeting day, which falls on Valentine’s Day. Instead, we’ll gather on Tuesday February 21 at 6:30 PM for at the South-Central Regional Library, for a workshop with poet Lynnell Edwards who— through instruction, conversation and writing prompts— will inspire us to write our own poems.
Lynnell is Associate Director of the Naslund-Mann Graduate School of Writing at Spalding. She has published four poetry collections, most recently This Great Green Valley by Broadstone Books “all about the spirit of a very specific place, in this case the environs of central Kentucky, . . . in two very different times, in two very different styles.” Her upcoming collection is The Bearable Slant of Light (Red Hen Press, 2023), exploring the devastating effects of mental illness on the family.
Consider submitting one of your works-in-progress for our meeting. as an attachment to an email to email@example.com by noon on the day of the meeting, so we can screenshare with our Zoomers. Limit manuscripts to four pages double-spaced, or three poems
Writers attending in person, also bring 5 copies of your work to our in-person meeting.
Zoom links are sent in the monthly newsletters, or you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org the information.
Non-members are welcome to attend two meetings before membership.
As usual, our monthly meeting will feature peer critiques of member writing. Share submissions of works-in-progress for comments on writing strengths and for revision suggestions. Send your double-spaced manuscript (or excerpt) as an attachment to an email to email@example.com, so we can screenshare with our Zoom attendees. Please limit manuscripts to four pages double-spaced or two poems. Persons who attend the meeting in person please submit an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org AND bring five printed copies.