3 WAW Writer Alums Broadcast, Published & Recognized in One Month!

3 WAW Writer Alums Broadcast, Published & Recognized in One Month!

It’s said all the time – that if you want to succeed as a writer, you must join a writing group, share your work, and give and get support from your fellow writers.   Well, damned if it isn’t true.   We writers who’ve shared our work and our dreams at the Women At Woodstock

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A Week-Long Writer’s Residency. Heaven.

A Week-Long Writer’s Residency. Heaven.

It’s true that if you surround yourself with people who are doing what you want to do, and who care about you and encourage you, it can alter your course. It’s been true for me. Ever since I started hosting the Women At Woodstock Writers Retreat years ago, I’ve had ongoing conversations with writers from

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She Left Corporate Life to Become a Novelist

She Left Corporate Life to Become a Novelist

And how do you think that worked out for her? Sounds like a pipe dream, right? Well, Helen Matthews made it work. Her debut novel, After Leaving the Village, became a best-seller, and was the winner of the Winchester Writers’ Festival prize for the opening pages of a novel.  She’s now published a second novel,

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“Worst Ex Stories” Has Grown Into an Anthology Project!

“Worst Ex Stories” Will Be Published in Women At Woodstock’s First Anthology This Spring If you’ve been watching our posts here at Women At Woodstock, you know that one of our workshops this year will be the entertaining and also healing workshop, “Worst Ex Stories,” in which women will read their stories of relationship mishaps,

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New Kudos for Ginnah Howard’s Works

Here’s some impressive news about one of our Women At Woodstock presenters; author Ginnah Howard, who will be leading our Writers Colony (Track I) at the Women At Woodstock Writers Retreat this coming fall: George Hovis, the author of The Skin Artist (Southern Fried Chicken, 2019) just posted the following review of Ginnah’s novel Rope

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Ginnah Howard

Ginnah Howard‘s work has appeared in Water~Stone Review, Permafrost, Portland Review, Descant 145, Eleven Eleven Journal, The Tusculum Review, and elsewhere. Several stories have been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Night Navigation, Book 2 of her upstate novel trilogy, (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009), was a New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice. Chronogram called Book 3, Doing Time Outside (Standing Stone Books, 2013), “a beautiful read.”  Book

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Power Planets: How the Ancient Science of Astrology can Help You Understand Your Life Path

This is a new workshop added by popular request, and it’s being taught by the beloved Angela Kaufman, a long-standing alum of Women At Woodstock, an inutitive reader, relationship coach, astrologer, and wise advisor to many. In this workshop, Angela will give you a basic introduction to Astrology and the key aspects of your Natal

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Angela Kaufman – Natal Chart Readings

Gain a deeper understanding of your personality, power and life path by exploring your Natal Astrology Chart under the guidance of intuitive reader and private relationship coach Angela Kaufman. The natal chart is a map to your full potential, and while nothing is set in stone, it reveals secrets about your strengths, challenges and destiny

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My Stupid Computer

Anger and shame… does that describe what’s roiling inside you as you gnash your teeth in front of your computer, once, twice, six times a month (or maybe six times a day)? Are there questions, glitches, hurdles, mysteries, “can’t for the life of me figure it out” frustrations that plague you in Word, Excel, online

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Memoir Writing

black and red typewriter

Do you have a story to tell?  Do you have a need to preserve a family legacy, break your silence, explore an ancestor’s past? Do you have a desire to find the next step on your path, show the world that you are more than a worker, sibling, friend, parent or partner?  Do you have

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