In-Person Events

    • Monday, February 15, 2021
    • (EST)
    • Monday, November 15, 2021
    • (EST)
    • 10 sessions
    • Digital Village
    Register

    GUILD GLOBAL


    WISH YOU WERE HERE: Writing the Epistolary Poem
    IWWG GLOBAL PEN PAL PROGRAM

    SIGN UP NOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT

    A sustainable practice simply needs a fun structure! Let’s extend the exploration launched in our late-December webinar, WISH YOU WERE HERE: Writing the Epistolary Poem, by discussing one letter-poem per month and using it as a model to write our own letter-poem, to be shared with another participant seeking a poetic pen-pal.

    60 minutes – ½ international, ½ domestic

    All sessions recorded and shared

    Marj Hahne is a freelance editor, writer, and writing teacher, and a 2015 MFA graduate from the Rainier Writing Workshop, with a concentration in poetry. She has performed and taught at over 100 venues around the country, as well as been featured on public radio and television programs. Her poems have appeared in literary journals, anthologies, art exhibits, and dance performances. Committed to making poetry hospitable for everyone, she launched a YouTube channel featuring videos in which she reads poems to dogs (BARK & BARD) and pairs poems with craft beers (MASH), craft spirits (DISTILL), and coffees (PO JOE).

    www.MarjHahne.com

    Facebook:  www.facebook.com/MarjHahne

    IWWG is delighted to offer its global and social justice workshops at competitive rates with the support of grant funding. All registration fees and other donations support our costs to increase the number and accessibility of these workshops as we strive for inclusivity and reach out to women writers all over the world. Select scholarships are also available. Please contact Michelle@iwwg.org for more information.

    • Thursday, February 18, 2021
    • (EST)
    • Thursday, November 18, 2021
    • (EST)
    • 10 sessions
    • Digital Village
    Register

    GUILD GLOBAL


    WISH YOU WERE HERE: Writing the Epistolary Poem
    IWWG GLOBAL PEN PAL PROGRAM

    SIGN UP NOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT

    A sustainable practice simply needs a fun structure! Let’s extend the exploration launched in our late-December webinar, WISH YOU WERE HERE: Writing the Epistolary Poem, by discussing one letter-poem per month and using it as a model to write our own letter-poem, to be shared with another participant seeking a poetic pen-pal.

    60 minutes – ½ international, ½ domestic

    All sessions recorded and shared


    Marj Hahne is a freelance editor, writer, and writing teacher, and a 2015 MFA graduate from the Rainier Writing Workshop, with a concentration in poetry. She has performed and taught at over 100 venues around the country, as well as been featured on public radio and television programs. Her poems have appeared in literary journals, anthologies, art exhibits, and dance performances. Committed to making poetry hospitable for everyone, she launched a YouTube channel featuring videos in which she reads poems to dogs (BARK & BARD) and pairs poems with craft beers (MASH), craft spirits (DISTILL), and coffees (PO JOE).

    www.MarjHahne.com

    Facebook:  www.facebook.com/MarjHahne

    IWWG is delighted to offer its global and social justice workshops at competitive rates with the support of grant funding. All registration fees and other donations support our costs to increase the number and accessibility of these workshops as we strive for inclusivity and reach out to women writers all over the world. Select scholarships are also available. Please contact Michelle@iwwg.org for more information.

    • Sunday, March 21, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Sunday, December 19, 2021
    • (EST)
    • 10 sessions
    Register

    Write a Novel in 30 Days – All Genres

    Continuation of Abby's workshop for course participants only

    Bring your questions and share your progress with Abby Vandiver and your fellow program attendees in a monthly support group for registrants of the January 2021 Write a Novel in 30 Days. 

    Dates/Times: Sunday, March 21, April 18, May 16, June 20 - 3:00-4:00 pm Eastern

    Sign up for all 4 or select individual dates. 

    Abby VanDiver

    WALL STREET JOURNAL, USA TODAY and internationally bestselling author, Abby L. Vandiver, who also writes as Abby Collette, has always enjoyed writing. Combining that with her love of mystery she has published using a Hybrid approach, self-published and been traditionally published. Abby has penned more than twenty books and short stories. Her new cozy mystery from  Penguin Berkley, A DEADLY INSIDE SCOOP, is the first in the new Ice Cream Parlor Mystery series. Abby resides in South Euclid, Ohio and enjoys spending time with her grandchildren and facilitating self-publishing and writing classes online with Cleveland Literary and at her local library.

    • Monday, June 07, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Monday, June 28, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • Digital Village


    Writing A Biography 

    This four-part course helps writers understand the key aspects of writing a biography. Topics include subject selection, interview sources, archival research, legal issues, literary and thematic writing options. Common challenges to biographical writing will also be addressed;  information gaps, contradictory source material, family cooperation and/or its lack, and unflattering character aspects of the subject. Examples will be provided to clarify course content. Includes writing exercises and assignments. Through these sessions  students will receive guidance for the essential steps to writing and completing  a biographical work. 


    Nancy Rubin Stuart is an award-winning author/journalist whose eight nonfiction books focus upon women and social history. Among her most recent books are  Defiant Brides ; The Muse of the Revolution, The Reluctant Spiritualist and the long time best-seller, American Empress. Beacon Press will publish her next book on Benjamin Franklin and his women in 2022. Among her honors are a Time Inc. scholarship at the Bread Loaf Writers Conference, a fellowship at the MacDowell Colony, and aa Performing Artist and Writers Fellowship at the American Antiquarian Society. Nancy’s work has appeared in the New York Times, Huffington Post, the New England Quarterly and national magazines. She serves as Executive Director of the Cape Cod Writers Center in Osterville, Massachusetts.

    www.nancyrubinstuart.com     facebook.com/nancyrubinstuart/   www.linkedin.com/in/nancyrubinstuart


    • Wednesday, June 23, 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 2:20 PM (EDT)
    • Digital Village
    • 2
    Register


    Verse to Video
    One-on-One Coaching

    A special opportunity to work one-on-one with writer and performer Mel Ryane. In this special hour-long program, Mel will work with three writers to prepare them to give the best possible reading of their work. Each of the three writers will have a 20-minute segment with Mel to work on and refine their presentation. For $75, each writer receives a private consultation with Mel and gets to practice and polish the video presentation of their work. The writers working with Mel will need to submit what they want to read aloud, ahead of time as one page only, times new roman 12-point font, double-spaced. 

    This program is being offered on two different dates and times. If the slots for one date are full, you can register for another. Registration is first come, first served.


    Mel Ryane lives in Los Angeles with her husband, William and their dog, Linus. Her memoir, “Teaching Will: What Shakespeare and 10 Kids Taught Me That Hollywood Couldn't” (Familius) was called "lively" and "funny" by Publishers Weekly and "hilarious...a bravura performance" by Kirkus Reviews. 

    Mel has taught her workshop Page to Podium: Reading Your Work Aloud for the IWWG as well as other writing organizations and writing conferences across the US and Canada. She has adjusted the class to Verse to Video during the last year to continue reaching writers far and wide.

    Born and raised in Canada where, as a teenager, she started a career as a classically-trained theatre actor, Mel eventually moved to New York City before settling in southern California. She began her writing career after working as an actor and as a dialogue coach in film and television. Mel was accepted into the American Film Institute's prestigious Directing Workshop for Women, where she wrote and directed a short film. Her screenplay On the Head of a Pin was a semi-finalist in the Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting. Her writing has been published in the L.A. Times. Mel is currently at work writing novels.

    • Friday, June 25, 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (EDT)
    • Digital Village
    Register

    FREE

    Free Write with June Gould

    The World According to Women: June Gould, Ph.D. Facilitator.


    A hands-on writing workshop : time to read and comment on the most current poems written by marginalized writing women throughout the world. 
    Though I use poetry for a spur to your own writing, this workshop can also be  inspiring for novelists, non-fiction writers and short story writers.  There will be time to share your work, with feedback in our chat room or during the workshop from participants and myself. 

    June Gould, Ph.D., is the author of The Writer in All of Us: Improving Your Writing through Childhood Memories (EP Dutton), Beyond the Margins: Rethinking the Art and Craft of Writing, and the novel In the Shadow of Trains; and the co-author of Counting the Stones, a book of Holocaust poetry. June has given readings at The 92nd Street Y (NY), The Holocaust Museum (Washington, DC), the Jewish Museum and Yeshiva Museum (NY), and libraries, synagogues, churches, universities, and bookstores throughout the U.S. and in Greece and Canada. She has been an IWWG workshop leader for over 25 years.


    • Tuesday, June 29, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Tuesday, July 27, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • Digital Village
    • 2
    Register


    Isabel, Maya & May

    Turning The Writing Wheel of Life 

    "I was ending a marriage that had dragged on too long. It was a time for me to reflect upon love and relationships, romance and passion, ageing, memory, loss. The things that changed the direction of my life have been totally out of my control: my father abandoning me, my mother marrying a diplomat, the military coup, my daughter’s death". Isabel Allende

    "Each one of us has lived through some devastation, some loneliness, some weather superstorm or spiritual superstorm, when we look at each other we must say, I understand. I understand how you feel because I have been there myself. We must support each other and empathize with each other because each of us is more alike than we are unalike."   Maya Angelou

    "At seventy, I do not feel old at all, not as much a survivor as a person still on her way. This is the best time of my life. I am more myself than I have ever been. There is less conflict. have less self-doubt to conquer. I am happier, more balanced, and more powerful. More able to use my powers. I am surer of what my life is all about."  May Sarton

    When it is said that you've turned a certain age what does that mean? Is it like turning a page,  turning on a light, or turning the corner? As your years reflect the past they also illuminate the dark light of the creative unknown ahead.

    You may have turned the corner on health and healing, love, loss and learning to let go. You may have turned left or right when your mind maps called for you to drive straight ahead.

    You may have turned your life over to family, career or fears and wishes of others.  You may turn your thoughts to the stillborn stories and miscarried dreams you can still taste in the lives of children and in each other.

    You are in the driver's seat turning your writing wheel in the directions you desire.  Along the way you will be ignited and inspired by the well-lived lives of Isabel Allende, Maya Angelou and May Sarton. They will be your guides on magical realism roads to travel, wondrous poetry passageways, and journal junctions to embrace.

    Come grab the wheel of your writing life - it's your turn!



    Dorothy Randall Gray

    Author of bestseller Soul Between The Lines (Avon/HarperCollins), inspirational teacher, award-winning visual artist, and LA Poet-in-Residence. Dorothy's publications include Muse BluesThe Passion CollectionWomanFierce With RealityFamilyTamarindaSharing the Same Sky, as well as numerous anthologies and literary journals. She is ED of Women Writers & Artists Matrix, former NYU faculty, and Hunter College Poet-in-Residence. Her writing and healing workshops serve professional writers,  incarcerated and homeless populations, veterans, at-risk  youth, and post graduate students through PEN America, United Nations, Skidmore College, and Columbia University. A global activist, Dorothy changes the world one word at a time. DorothyRandallGray.com


    • Wednesday, June 30, 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EDT)
    • Digital Village
    Register


    Slip-Ups, Head-Hops and
    Grammar Gremlins:

    How to Avoid the
    Most Common Writer Mistakes


    As writers we all have our Achilles heels and our habitual writing patterns, ones that often get unfavorably critiqued. In this workshop, we'll take a tour of the most confounding and learn a plan to make sure our next drafts are tighter, better and more interesting. Through examples and exercises we'll review:

    Show don't Tell - overusing narrative

    Point of View - preferences and pitfalls

    Commas, Semi-colons, hyphens and dashes - On My!

    Adverbs and other extraneous words

    Tropes - meeting reader expectations

    And More!

    Bring your current WIP and take notes. You will receive handouts of examples given. For Fiction and Nonfiction - all writing levels.


    Cathleen O’Connor, PhD is a lifelong New York resident, 30-year member of the Guild and current Chair of the Board of Directors. She is on the faculty of the IWWG having taught creative writing, the power of the first chapter for fiction, and how to create a successful anthology. 

    She is a book layout specialist for self-published authors and as an editor she provides development and line editing services. She is a fan of the editorial assessment that provides an overview of a draft manuscript to highlight areas where a deeper dive is needed. 

    I now understand why writers profusely thank their editors in their acknowledgments. Cathleen combined her excellent developmental editing skills with her intuitive ones to turn my book into a manuscript that publishers wanted. ~~Paula Petry, A Mother’s Courage to Awaken(Mango, 2020)

    Her articles have been published in Canada’s ALIVE magazine and Australia’s THE SPHERE. She has been featured on ABC News in Green Bay, WI and quoted in the Huffington Post. Her books include The Everything Law of Attraction Dream Dictionary (Adams Media, 2010), High Heels on the Hamster Wheel (Balboa Press, 2014) and The Collection: Flash Fiction for Flash Memory (Anchala Press, 2018). She is at work on her first novel.

    • Thursday, July 01, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Thursday, July 29, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • Digital Village
    • 10
    Register


    Isabel, Maya & May:

    Turning The Writing Wheel of Life

    "I was ending a marriage that had dragged on too long. It was a time for me to reflect upon love and relationships, romance and passion, ageing, memory, loss. The things that changed the direction of my life have been totally out of my control: my father abandoning me, my mother marrying a diplomat, the military coup, my daughter’s death". Isabel Allende

    "Each one of us has lived through some devastation, some loneliness, some weather superstorm or spiritual superstorm, when we look at each other we must say, I understand. I understand how you feel because I have been there myself. We must support each other and empathize with each other because each of us is more alike than we are unalike."   Maya Angelou

    "At seventy, I do not feel old at all, not as much a survivor as a person still on her way. This is the best time of my life. I am more myself than I have ever been. There is less conflict. have less self-doubt to conquer. I am happier, more balanced, and more powerful. More able to use my powers. I am surer of what my life is all about."  May Sarton

    When it is said that you've turned a certain age what does that mean? Is it like turning a page,  turning on a light, or turning the corner? As your years reflect the past they also illuminate the dark light of the creative unknown ahead.

    You may have turned the corner on health and healing, love, loss and learning to let go. You may have turned left or right when your mind maps called for you to drive straight ahead.

    You may have turned your life over to family, career or fears and wishes of others.  You may turn your thoughts to the stillborn stories and miscarried dreams you can still taste in the lives of children and in each other.

    You are in the driver's seat turning your writing wheel in the directions you desire.  Along the way you will be ignited and inspired by the well-lived lives of Isabel Allende, Maya Angelou and May Sarton. They will be your guides on magical realism roads to travel, wondrous poetry passageways, and journal junctions to embrace.

    Come grab the wheel of your writing life - it's your turn!



    Dorothy Randall Gray

    Author of bestseller Soul Between The Lines (Avon/HarperCollins), inspirational teacher, award-winning visual artist, and LA Poet-in-Residence. Dorothy's publications include Muse BluesThe Passion CollectionWomanFierce With RealityFamilyTamarindaSharing the Same Sky, as well as numerous anthologies and literary journals. She is ED of Women Writers & Artists Matrix, former NYU faculty, and Hunter College Poet-in-Residence. Her writing and healing workshops serve professional writers,  incarcerated and homeless populations, veterans, at-risk  youth, and post graduate students through PEN America, United Nations, Skidmore College, and Columbia University. A global activist, Dorothy changes the world one word at a time. DorothyRandallGray.com


    • Wednesday, July 07, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Wednesday, August 18, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • Digital Village
    • 12
    Register


    Writing Circles

    Women's Voices: From all Over the World
    Poetry

    Every life has many tales that can be taken into poems and memoir. Through hearing and seeing inspirational poems by women,   time to explore those poems and their craft,  and time to write and receive feedback, this workshop will bring participants' poetry and memoir to life.


    June Gould, Ph.D., is the author of The Writer in All of Us: Improving Your Writing through Childhood Memories (EP Dutton), Beyond the Margins: Rethinking the Art and Craft of Writing, and the novel In the Shadow of Trains; and the co-author of Counting the Stones, a book of Holocaust poetry. June has given readings at The 92nd Street Y (NY), The Holocaust Museum (Washington, DC), the Jewish Museum and Yeshiva Museum (NY), and libraries, synagogues, churches, universities, and bookstores throughout the U.S. and in Greece and Canada. She has been an IWWG workshop leader for over 25 years.

    • Monday, July 12, 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (EDT)
    • Digital Village
    Register


    Take the Pressure out of Pitching

    The opportunity to pitch your book to an agent at a writing conference can be unnerving, even if you have done so before. In this workshop with literary agent Sorche Fairbank, learn the elements of a good pitch and more importantly, how to become fluent in your story. Becoming fluent in your story means that no matter who asks what your book is about, or when or where they ask it, you can spin a compelling and effective pitch at a moment’s notice. In the conference setting, you want to make sure you have the most important information at hand, control over your pitch, and to be ready with answers the agent may have, or even questions of your own. Even if you are not planning to pitch right now, learning what works will have you ready when the time is right. Individual practice and feedback included as time permits.

    Sorche Fairbank
    Sorche Fairbank’s (pronounced Sorka) Fairbank Literary Representation is happily in its eighteenth year. It is a small, selective agency and member of AAR, the Author's Guild, the Agents Round Table, PEN, and Grub Street's Literary Advisory Council. Clients range from first-time authors to international best-sellers, prize winning-journalists to professionals at the top of their fields. They can be found with all the major publishers, as well as in the New York Times, Harper’s, the Atlantic, the New Yorker, Granta, Best American Short Stories, and more.

    Sorche’s tastes tend toward literary and international fiction; big memoir that goes beyond the me-moir; topical or narrative non-fiction with a strong interest in women’s voices, global perspectives, and class and race issues; children's picture books & middle grade from illustrator/artists only; quality lifestyle books (food, wine, and design); pop culture; craft; and gift and humor books. She is most likely to pick up works that are of social or cultural significance, newsworthy, or that cause her to take great delight in the words, images or ideas on the page.

    Above all, she looks for a fresh voice, approach, story, or idea.

    • Thursday, July 22, 2021
    • 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Saturday, July 24, 2021
    • 5:15 PM (EDT)
    • Digital Village
    Register



    Writing Our Way Forward

    This 3-day event will provide connection, inspiration and learning from a range of instructors and keynote speakers - some new to the Guild and some already part of the Guild faculty. Sessions will include author panels, agent/editor panels, pitch appointments, a variety of  workshops, raffles, Open Mics, and reading from our most recent issue of Network. 

    For one fee, get access to a variety of sessions.  Be sure to sign up for agent appointments (2-pitch maximum) during registration!  Once you register, you will receive an email with information on accessing all workshops and scheduling agent appointments. 

    Featured Keynotes:
    Sylvia Mendoza | Sonali Dev | Aine Greaney


    • Wednesday, September 08, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Wednesday, October 20, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • Digital Village
    • 6
    Register


    Writing Circles

    Women's Voices: From all Over the World
    Memoir

    Every life has many tales that can be taken into poems and memoir. Through hearing and seeing inspirational poems by women,   time to explore those poems and their craft,  and time to write and receive feedback, this workshop will bring participants' poetry and memoir to life.


    June Gould, Ph.D., is the author of The Writer in All of Us: Improving Your Writing through Childhood Memories (EP Dutton), Beyond the Margins: Rethinking the Art and Craft of Writing, and the novel In the Shadow of Trains; and the co-author of Counting the Stones, a book of Holocaust poetry. June has given readings at The 92nd Street Y (NY), The Holocaust Museum (Washington, DC), the Jewish Museum and Yeshiva Museum (NY), and libraries, synagogues, churches, universities, and bookstores throughout the U.S. and in Greece and Canada. She has been an IWWG workshop leader for over 25 years.

Past events

Wednesday, June 16, 2021 Verse to Video One-on-One Coaching
Tuesday, June 15, 2021 Authentic Travel Writing: Taking the First Step
Friday, June 11, 2021 Free Write with Xu Xi
Wednesday, June 09, 2021 A Poem-Stretcher Intensive
Thursday, May 27, 2021 Finding Your Writer's Voice
Monday, May 24, 2021 Dreams and Dreaming for the Creative Life and Story
Friday, May 21, 2021 Free Write with Cynthia Manick
Thursday, May 13, 2021 Verse to Video
Friday, May 07, 2021 Free Write with Caits Meissner
Wednesday, May 05, 2021 Writing the Unspeakable: A Reading & Discussion with Asian Women Writers
Thursday, April 22, 2021 Writing Your Novel Synopsis
Friday, April 16, 2021 FREE WRITE with Molly Moylan Brown
Thursday, April 15, 2021 Wild Wisdom Writing Circle For 60+ Writers (Group B)
Tuesday, April 13, 2021 Wild Wisdom Writing Circle For 60+ Writers (Group A)
Saturday, April 10, 2021 Creating Community With Instagram
Wednesday, April 07, 2021 Create Captivating Characters and Plots with Lois Winston
Friday, April 02, 2021 Free Write with Nancy Rubin Stuart
Sunday, March 28, 2021 IWWG MENTORSHIP ANTHOLOGY:Book Release Party
Monday, March 22, 2021 Wild Wisdom Writing Circle Launch Event
Saturday, March 20, 2021 Unearthing Our Stories: Journal Writing
Thursday, March 18, 2021 IWWG POP-UP OPEN MIC
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 Self-Portrait Poems: Write, Revise, Read and Submit Your Work with Trish Hopkinson
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 Using The Heroine’s Journey as Narrative Structure for Memoir Writing
Tuesday, March 09, 2021 WORLD-BUILDING FOR GENRE FICTION (NOT JUST FANTASY) with Paula Chaffee Scardamalia
Friday, February 26, 2021 Special Network Issue: Our Stories, Ourselves
Thursday, February 25, 2021 Ten Tips: An Intensive Workshop on Writing the Memorable Memoir
Tuesday, February 23, 2021 Building Your Online Audience: Blogging for Authors with Laurie White
Thursday, February 18, 2021 Black Like Us: Women Writing & Weaving Wisdoms
Tuesday, February 16, 2021 Members-Only Social Hour
Tuesday, February 09, 2021 The Artist as Advocate: Writing to Change Our World - Áine Greaney
Friday, January 29, 2021 Triage Editing – Effective Revision for New and Established Writers
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 Creative Writing for Social Change: Re-Dream a Just World
Wednesday, January 13, 2021 Advanced Poetry Craft Intensive
Monday, January 11, 2021 Screenwriting – Nuts and Bolts with Linda Bergman
Saturday, January 09, 2021 Write a Novel in 30 Days – All Genres
Tuesday, December 08, 2020 Craft Marketing Plans like an Author-preneur
Friday, December 04, 2020 The Guild and Me - A True Story Theater Playback Performance
Tuesday, November 17, 2020 Master the Basics – Two Session Special - All Genres – Fiction, Nonficton, Memoir
Monday, November 16, 2020 Powder Keg Playdate with Suzi Banks Baum
Thursday, November 12, 2020 Ten Tips: An Intensive Workshop on Writing the Memorable Memoir
Monday, November 09, 2020 Introduction to Screenwriting
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 Generational insights: Writing Millennial Characters
Saturday, October 24, 2020 Haunted: 21st Century Ghosts & the Uses of the Uncanny
Thursday, October 15, 2020 Whose Line is it Anyway? (Poetry Craft Workshop) with Antoinette Brim-Bell
Friday, October 09, 2020 How to Write the Nonfiction Book Proposal: Your Book’s Map to Success
Monday, October 05, 2020 Ekphrastic Writing: Turning Paintings and Photographs into Poetry & Prose with Donna Baier Stein – All Genres
Friday, September 25, 2020 3-Session Bundle: 90-Minute Standalone Workshops
Tuesday, September 15, 2020 Finding Our Stories for a New Tomorrow: Active Imagination
Wednesday, September 09, 2020 Global Workshop: Spirit of a Woman Series
Wednesday, September 02, 2020 A Celebration of Maureen's Ground-Breaking Book, The Heroine's Journey on its 30th Anniversary
Tuesday, August 18, 2020 Global Workshop: A Survey of Contemporary Forms
Wednesday, June 03, 2020 Women's Voices, Women's Words
Sunday, May 17, 2020 ALL VOICES OPEN MIC MAY 17
Sunday, May 17, 2020 IWWG MENTOR TOWNHALL
Sunday, May 03, 2020 Interview and Concert with Arielle Silver
Friday, May 01, 2020 Poetry Mavens and Mayhem: Poetry Critiques
Tuesday, April 21, 2020 Women Writing to the World Webinar
Sunday, April 19, 2020 ALL VOICES OPEN MIC APRIL 19
Thursday, March 26, 2020 Free Lunch: A Feast for Your Writing with Judy Huge
Thursday, March 12, 2020 IWWG OPEN MIC 12 MARCH
Thursday, February 13, 2020 IWWG ALL VOICES OPEN MIC 13 FEB 2020
Saturday, October 26, 2019 Big Apple Weekend -- The Writer's Arc: From Page to Publication
Friday, July 12, 2019 IWWG Summer Writers Conference 2019: Writing the Body: Voice, Art, and Craft in a Changing World
Friday, May 10, 2019 4th Annual Boston Writing Conference
Monday, May 06, 2019 Welcome Our New ED, Michelle Miller
Thursday, April 18, 2019 Member Book Spotlight with Cynthia Manick
Friday, July 06, 2018 IWWG Summer Writers Conference 2018: Connect, Create, Collaborate
Saturday, April 28, 2018 Boston "Writing from Your Life" Retreat
Sunday, April 15, 2018 Spring Big Apple 2018: Women, Creativity & Craft: Write, Pitch, Publish!
Saturday, January 27, 2018 4th Annual California Dreaming
Saturday, October 07, 2017 Niagara Creative Writing Conference
Friday, July 07, 2017 40th Annual IWWG Summer Conference
Saturday, May 06, 2017 2nd Annual Boston "Writing from Your Life" Retreat
Saturday, April 22, 2017 Spring Big Apple 2017
Saturday, March 25, 2017 California Dreaming 2017
Saturday, March 25, 2017 Florida Fling 2017
Saturday, November 05, 2016 Flagship City Creative Writing and Poetry Conference
Friday, July 15, 2016 39th Annual IWWG Summer Conference
Saturday, April 30, 2016 Boston "Writing From Your Life" Retreat
Saturday, April 16, 2016 Spring Big Apple 2016
Saturday, February 27, 2016 2nd Annual California Dreaming
Sunday, February 21, 2016 Florida in February Sunday Salon
Friday, July 24, 2015 38th Annual Summer Conference
Saturday, April 25, 2015 Spring Big Apple 2015
Sunday, March 15, 2015 California Dreaming: West Coast Regional Conference