The Quilting Bee- 19th Century Americana by Morgan Weistling

Name This Bee

Loesje Shema (WAW 2017) wrote to me to suggest that at the next Women At Woodstock, maybe some of us could demonstrate/show how to do some craft/creative things that we do with our hands. At first I thought, no, that would not be practical for our Flash Workshops. And then I thought, but who says we have[…]

Brenda Rush

Swimming in the Ocean – Brenda Rush On Being a Writer

I sat on a bench with Brenda Rush one beautiful morning at Women At Woodstock last October and listened to her explore the possibilities of life as a writer. It was one of those suspended days: balmy, a slow breeze, blue sky. Is it spring? Is it fall? In what I have come to know as[…]

Queen Up! book cover

Author Angela Kaufman Talks About the Influence Women At Woodstock Had on Her

Angela Kaufman has been coming to Women At Woodstock for many years. Now her first book, Queen Up! is being published (release date: April 1). I’m very proud to know Angela, and very excited for her success. She just wrote to me about how her experiences at Women At Woodstock shaped her transformation from wannabe writer[…]

Angela Kaufman

Discover the Power of Your Archetypal Queen

This workshop is ideal for those experiencing life transitions causing them to ask the questions “Who am I? Where am I going? What do I do now?” Metaphysical meets modern to help participants reconnect with their powers of creativity, confidence, passion, and abundance. Taught by author and long-time alum Angela Kaufman, this workshop is an introduction to[…]

rustic wood fence in front of seashore

Thrilled to Announce: I Was Accepted to the Master Class, Mendocino Coast Writers Conference

“Awards can give you a tremendous amount of encouragement to keep getting better, no matter how young or old you are.” —Alan Alda I’ve talked about “becoming” a writer as of last year. And this year, I’ve started submitting samples and excerpts of my work to journals and competitions. I’m very pleased to announce that[…]

older women friends walking on beach

Make New Friends When You Lose the Old

Karen Venable, founder of Roommates4Boomers, writes in her guest post on Sixty and Me: In the Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, it’s suggested that you discard items in your home that don’t bring you joy. The same could be said about friends, I suppose. But what about when a friendship you treasure gets taken[…]