A Note from Executive Director Lisa Rocklin, about Fall Programming

WWf(a)C Annual Author Series presents Mariama J. Lockington

Office Hours are Monday through Friday, Noon - 5:00 pm

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Nurturing and celebrating the individual voice

Welcome to Women Writing for (a) Change

For over 28 years, Women Writing for (a) Change® has provided a safe and non-competitive environment for individuals to develop their writing skills, cultivate their creativity and strengthen their voices.  At WWf(a)C, our writers, whether first-timers or the more experienced, find community, connection and meaningful conversation within our writing circles.  

We encourage writing as a process of self-discovery and self-expression—a celebration of the individual voice. Our classes provide a unique setting in which honoring each other’s words enriches participants’ lives.

Mariama J. Lockington & Book Cover Collage

WWf(a)C Annual Author Series presents Mariama J. Lockington

FREE Reading/Talk/Q&A - Friday, September 25th
"Reading to Survive: #OwnVoices Representation
in Children's Literature"

$50 Workshop - Saturday, September 26th
"Writing to Survive: Crafting the Story of Your Heart"

Register Now! Order your copy of Mariama's novel For Black Girls Like Me. For every book purchased, the Blue Manatee Literacy Project will donate a book to a student in need in the Greater Cincinnati area. (Photos provided by Mariama J. Lockington)

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Members of the WWf(a)C community include those who enjoy journal writing, poets, and published fiction and memoir writers. Read more