Writing Women’s Lives in Lynchburg

Calling all local women writers! You’re invited to the premiere Writing Women’s Lives™ Lynchburg open studio on Thursday, February 21, 2013, from 7:00 – 9:00pm. Together we’ll write our hearts out and raise our voices. And I’ll be sharing details for my upcoming Writing Women’s Lives™ Lynchburg: Excavating Your Truth/Finding Your Voice writing program. Whether you’re a seasoned writer, returning to writing after a hiatus, or brand new to writing, your voice is wanted and welcome in this circle of women writers. RSVP here or shoot me an email at marilyn@writingwomenslives.com for location and directions.

 

And a shout out to all “non-local” women writers, far and wide. I’ve got online programs in the works, so stay tuned.

 

Here’s to women writers everywhere,

 

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5 comments

  • Ginny February 8, 2013   Reply →

    I will be there in spirit! But looking forward to the online programs yet to come!
    Sending hugs and good writing thoughts, Ginny

  • Alexis February 8, 2013   Reply →

    Wish I could attend in person….but keeping an eye out for the online options!
    Alexis

    • Marilyn Bousquin February 11, 2013   Reply →

      Hi, Alexis! So great to hear from you. I will definitely keep you posted on online options. All best, M

  • deb beebe February 10, 2013   Reply →

    So glad I found your site. As I am writing a piece for my new blog (I finally killed the angel), I was looking for whose headstone is engraved, “silence.” I was thinking it was Sylvia Plath, but no. And, in searching, found your site. Immediately I found interest in the subject matter and even more so that you reference Virginia Woolf, as my post reflects on my own room and silence in order to write. My blog is http://debkbeebe.wordpress.com I am not local, and, therefore, unable to attend the Feb 16 event, but am looking forward to staying informed on-line. I hope all goes well. I also am a member of the International Virginia Woolf Society. Funny how things come about!

    • Marilyn Bousquin February 11, 2013   Reply →

      Hi, Deb. Congratuations on killing the angel. That’s huge. And it is funny how things come about: I was just looking into the Virginia Woolf Society. Thanks for stopping by here, and I’m looking forward to slipping over to your blog. Best, Marilyn

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