10 seconds and that good feeling you had at Women At Woodstock past will come back. Watch this and remember.
SO. MUCH. GOOD. WRITING. Not to mention good women, friendship, creativity, food, wine, and the beautiful Catskills in the fall.
by Brenda Rush It began as a feeling, a soft wordless whisper that grew into an insistent urging. Finally, a relentless nudge propelled me. I began searching online for answers to a question for which I only had a few words. Over time, those keywords took me to retreat sites. Unfortunately, most retreats have only
I wrote to one of my oldest friends from Women At Woodstock, Janet Riccobono. I said I missed her, as she had to skip Women At Woodstock last year, so it’s been nearly two years since we’ve seen each other. I still remember Janet spending a day with me here in Redondo Beach a few
Angela wrote to ask if she might be allowed to attend Women At Woodstock, even though she was not yet 50. Far from it, in fact. “We won’t card you,” I said. She was more than welcome. If she found the workshop topics of interest and had a desire to join in community with women
On Facebook yesterday, Linda Lowen posted a moving account of her encounter with author Jill Dodd at Women At Woodstock back in 2012. I had to share what she said: In my first life-altering experience at Ann Voorhees Baker‘s Women At Woodstock retreat, in a fabulous workshop led by Amy Ferris and Hollye Dexter based on their book Dancing at the
It’s satisfying to hear from someone who found inspiration and motivation at the Women At Woodstock Writers Retreat. But Angela said even more about what that long weekend last October did for her as a writer. In a recent blog post she talked about the expectations she brought to the weekend, and the results she
Jill Dodd, Laura Iodice, and Peggy Reskin are living proof that when women come together, great things happen. After attending Women At Woodstock, a gathering for women over 50, all three achieved their dreams as writers. Jill Dodd wrote her memoir on high fashion and a global love affair, The Currency of Love (Atria/Enliven Books), Laura Iodice published an essay
A third Women At Woodstock alum is now a published writer! Jill Dodd, author, The Currency Of Love, will see her book released on June 6 by Atria/Enliven Books, a division of Simon & Schuster. One week from today. Wow. The New York Post just published an interview of Jill, “I Was A Saudi Arms Dealer’s ‘Pleasure