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2016

Wed, Mar 9

 

LET’S KEEP DANCING! PULITZER WINNER SARAH KAUFMAN TALKS ABOUT WRITING CULTURE

Sarah Kaufman Author
Sarah Kaufman

Pulitzer Prize winner Sarah Kaufman, dance critic for The Washington Post, will share her 20 years of experiences writing about arts, “cultural” events and sports--- with grace.

All AWWNM programs are free and open to the public. No reservations are
required.
For more details, See News & Updates Page

50-state Project honors women writers from: Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa. For more details, See State-Meant 4 U Page

11:30-noon Meet & Greet
noon-1:00
p.m. Let's Keep Dancing. Pulitzer Winner Sarah Kaufman Talk's about Writing Culture.
1:00-1:30
p.m. Questions and Social


Wed, Feb 3

 

AWWNM CELEBRATES A 4th BIRTHDAY! with
ACTRESS BRENDA’S PORTRAYAL OF EUDORA WELTY’S WORK

Brenda Currin Actress
Brenda Currin

In celebration of AWWNM’s 4th anniversary, Obie (Off Broadway) theatrical award winner, actress Brenda Currin, will perform the theatrical fantasia portion of her one-woman show “June Recital” based on the work of Pulitzer winner Eudora Welty (1909-2001).

All AWWNM programs are free and open to the public. No reservations are
required.
For more details, See News & Updates Page

50-state Project honors women writers from: Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska. For more details, See State-Meant 4 U Page

11:30-noon Meet & Greet
noon-1:00
p.m. Actress Brenda's Portrayal of Eudora Welty's Work
1:00-1:30
p.m. Questions and Social


 

2015

Fri, Nov 20

 

POLITICOS WARY OF CONTRARIAN MARY

John Norris
John Norris

John Norris will profile American woman journalist Mary McCrory (1918-2004) who won a 1975 Pulitzer Prize for her Commentary on the Watergate scandal. Norris is the author of a just-released biography First Queen of Journalism, about McCrory, who was the first female Pulitzer winner in that category.

All AWWNM programs are free and open to the public. No reservations are
required.
For more details, See News & Updates Page

50-state Project honors women writers from: Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan and Minnesota. For more details, See State-Meant 4 U Page

11:30-noon Meet & Greet
noon-1:00
p.m. Politicos Wary of Contrarian Mary
1:00-1:30
p.m. Questions and Social


Wed, Oct 7

 

Distinguished Giant: Edna Ferber

Julie Gilbert
Julie Gilbert

Pulitzer Prize winner (1924) and American woman literary icon Edna Ferber will be the 3-part discussion focus of her Grand Niece Julie Gilbert. Ferber (1885-1968) was a playwright, journalist, short story writer and novelist whose work was adapted into films and Broadway musicals.

All AWWNM programs are free and open to the public. No reservations are
required.
For more details, See News & Updates Page

50-state Project honors women writers from: Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana and Maine. For more details, See State-Meant 4 U Page

11:30-noon Meet & Greet
noon-1:00
p.m. Distinguished Giant: Edna Ferber.
1:00-1:30
p.m. Questions and Social


Wed, June 3

 

TIPS & NOTES FROM A PULITZER WINNER

Amy Ellis Nutt
Amy Ellis Nutt

Pulitzer Prize winner Amy Ellis Nutt will share her tips and notes on her experience of winning a 2011 Pulitzer Prize for feature writing.

All AWWNM programs are free and open to the public. No reservations are
required.
For more details, See News & Updates Page

50-state Project honors women writers from: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona and Arkansas. For more details, See State-Meant 4 U Page

11:30-noon Meet & Greet
noon-1:00
p.m. Tips & Notes from a Pulitzer Winner.
1:00-1:30
p.m. Questions and Social


Wed, Apr 8

 

HOW TO PROTECT YOUR CREATIVE WORK

Dr. Michelle McClellan
Tara Marie Vold
Dr. Michelle McClellan
James Paul Williamson

Intellectual property attorneys Tara Marie Vold, copyright expert; and James Paul Williamson, trademark expert, will share legal strategies for protecting your creative work and enforcing your legal rights in that work.

All AWWNM programs are free and open to the public. No reservations are
required.
For more details, See News & Updates Page

50-state Project honors women writers from: South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee and Texas. For more details, See State-Meant 4 U Page

11:30-noon Meet & Greet
noon-1:00
p.m. How To Protect Your Creative Work.
1:00-1:30
p.m. Questions and Social


Wed, Feb 4

 

AMERICA’S FIRST LADIES WHO WROTE ABOUT & DABBLED IN THE OCCULT

Dr. Michelle McClellan
Patricia Krider

First Ladies Library Executive Director Patricia Krider will profile Mary Todd Lincoln (1861-1865), Florence Mabel Harding (1921-1923) and Nancy Reagan (1981-1989) who wrote about, or dabbled in, the occult. “We will also explore media reaction to their interests”. Krider said.

All AWWNM programs are free and open to the public. No reservations are
required.
For more details, See News & Updates Page

50-state Project honors women writers from: Utah, Vermont, Virginia and Virgin Islands. For more details, See State-Meant 4 U Page

11:30-noon Meet & Greet
noon-1:00
p.m. America's First Ladies who wrote about & dabbled in the Occult.
1:00-1:30
p.m. Questions and Social


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National Press Club Building
529 14th Street NW, Suite 960-C
Washington, D.C. 20045

info@americanwomenwritersnationalmuseum.org

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