25th Anniversary Party, October 29, 7-10pm
Purchase Tickets - $25 Advance ($30 at the door)
Confetti image courtesy of birthday-clip-art.com
Leah Stewart - 25th Anniversary Author Series Guest Artist
25th Anniversary Author Series presents
Reading and Q&A, followed by reception and book signing
Friday, November 4 - 7:30-9:00 PM
FREE (seating is limited) -- Register Here
Saturday, November 5 - 1:00-4:00 PM
$50 -- Register Here
In this workshop we'll examine point of view. How do you decide whether to write in the first person or the third? How do you enter the point of view of someone from a different culture or time, or even just someone who saw the same events from a different angle? Through in-class exercises and discussion, we'll examine what happens when you change perspective. Open to all, ages 16 through adult.
Sponsorship of the Author Series made possible by Annette Januzzi Wick &
Mark D. Manley, with gratitude for 25 years of Women Writing for (a) Change
Women Writing for (a) Change Book Group
Our WWf(a)C Book Group continues our Fall Series with Waking Up White, and Finding Myself in the Story of Race by Debby Irving, facilitated by Janie Baer. We'll meet on Sunday, November 6th, 3-5PM.
Although the Book Group is a free offering at WWf(a)C, we would like you to REGISTER
on our website to indicate your intention to attend.
The Book Group will follow the processes used at WWf(a)C, to offer an intentional circle using both writing and conversation to broaden and deepen our understanding of each book. We will explore the obvious and not-so-obvious places where we discover, or in some cases the characters themselves discover, the conscious-feminine.
Coming in December -- "Between the World and Me" by Ta-Nehisi Coates 12/4, 3-5pm - Registration will begin soon!
Meaningful Mondays: Women Poets in the Courtyard
Meaningful Mondays: Women Poets in the Courtyard - November 14 - 7 pm at Arnold's
downtown, Cincinnati. Four women poets from the Women Writing for (a) Change community -- Lisa Hess, Liz Archer, Tina Neyer and Mariele Fluegeman read their original works beneath the city lights of this famed courtyard. The event is free, but registration is suggested. Full menu available from Arnold's. REGISTER HERE
Arnold’s Bar & Grill
210 E. Eighth St., Downtown
Cincinnati, OH 45202