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News from The Guild

April 2017

 In this issue:

  • Boston Writing from Your Life Retreat on Saturday, May 6
  • Summer Conference Workshop Schedule, Blurbs, & Presenter Bios
  • Help a Sister Writer Attend the Summer Conference
  • Hot Off the Presses! Member Book Publications
  • Follow the Flow! Monthly Writing Exercise

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BOSTON Writing from Your Life RETREAT: May 6
This is our only currently scheduled regional/one-day conference, so if you can’t attend our 40th Annual Summer Conference (and even if you can!), consider a weekend trip to Boston! And save with our new “Registration with Membership” option!

To read all about it and to register, click here.   

WHEN:  Saturday, May 6, 9:00-5:00 PM

WHERE:  The Montrose School, Medfield, MA

  • Writing Your Life Stories from Journaling to Memoir with Susan Tiberghien
  • Writing Truth & Beauty: Using Your Personal Photos for Creative Writing in Poetry & Prose with Kelly DuMar
  • Memoir as Contemporary Myth with Maureen Murdock
  • Catered Lunch & Book Fair  
 
Summer Conference Workshop Schedule & Blurbs

Only 73 days until the 40th Annual Summer Conference, July 7-14, at Muhlenberg College, in Allentown, PA; and we know how you like to dream and plan and make sure your favorite instructors aren’t teaching at the same time!

Check out the preliminary workshop schedule here and the workshop descriptions and presenter bios here.

We are thrilled that conference attendance has already broken 100! Say YES to your stories and to yourself, and grab your seat today! 

Get more info and REGISTER here. $AVE by becoming an IWWG member here.

Support a Woman Writer: Donate to Our Summer Conference Scholarship Fund

Many of us found our way to something life-changing because someone believed in us enough to expend time, energy, or money to make it happen. And don’t we always feel richer when we pay it forward?

Every year, The Guild is able to cover full or partial summer-conference registration fees for women writers who just know they have to be there but don’t have the financial resources.

Please help us serve more of these dedicated, deserving women by making a tax-deductible donation here.

Hot Off the Presses! Our Members Are Publishing!

Kelly DuMar: Tree of the Apple2016 chapbook contest finalist (Two of Cups Press, 2017)

Noreen Lace: Life of Clouds (REaDLips Press, November 2016)

Sara Lovett: The Invisible Bones (CreateSpace, December 2016)

Leslie Martini: Matilda, The Algonquin Cat (Wyatt Mackenzie Publishing, October 2016)

Charlotte Ashurst McDaniel: Girdled and Gloved: From Radio to YouTube (CreateSpace, September 2016)

Shichung Park (Lisa Moore): When Autumn Leaves Fall on the Flowing Shenandoah River, 2016 Winner of The Pure Literature Award (The Pure Literature Publisher (Seoul, Korea), June 2016)

J.L. Regen: Secret Desires (JL Regen Enterprises, February 2017)

Miriam Valmont: The Bird and the Fish: Memoir of a Temporary Marriage (Lulu Publishers, July 2016)

Dianalee Velie: Ever After (Loose Moose Publishing, 2016)

Nancy Vorkink Machin: Destination Unknown: Profile of an Underage WWII Seabee (CreateSpace, December 2016)

Follow the Flow! : Our Monthly Writing Exercise

Every Your Latest Page features a line from a published text. Follow it―heart to mind to pen to page―bearing illuminated witness to your world, thus re-creating it and the world at large.

From “You Simply Close Your Hand Around Whatever Shines” by CeciliaWoloch:

Dear Heart—I grow more and more fond of you. 

(In your story, poem, or essay, remember to credit Cecilia Woloch with an epigraph.)

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