FOIA WOMEN Experts on Freedom of Information Act, at
AWWNM’s April 17 event. L-R - Angela Canterbury, Project on
Government Oversight (POGO), Janice Law (AWWNM Founder),
and attorney Lucy Dalglish, Dean of Merrill School of Journalism
at University of Maryland. Click here to hear Dalglish and Canterbury discuss FOIA
Janice Law, AWWNM Founder, with Dana Gioia, past director, National
Endowment for the Arts, who spoke on his new book: Pity the Beautiful.
His presentation was sponsored by AWWNM.
HONORING NEBRASKA WOMEN WRITERS Willa Cather Scholars gathered at AWWNM in March 2013 just as a
new book based on her correspondence appeared on Page One of the
New York Times. Presenters are L-R - Janice Law (AWWNM Founder),
Dr. Joseph Urgo, Dr. Ann Romines, Dr. Max (Martha) Despain,
Leslie Levy, and Lora Black. See March 26 Willa Cather Panel Video
SMITHSONIAN CURATOR Lisa Kathleen Graddy, Curator of the Smithsonian’s
First Ladies Exhibit at the National Museum of American History,
speaks February 14, 2013
at AWWNM. Patricia Krider (in blue), Executive Director of First Ladies Library, Canton,
Ohio, and Maurine Beasley, Eleanor Roosevelt biographer, wait to speak.
Anita McBride Chief of Staff to former First Lady Laura Bush speaks at AWWNM’s
First Anniversary Celebration February 14, 2013
Latina Poets -- Co-sponsored with AWWNM and Notre Dame University. L-R -- Carmen Calatayud, Maritza Rivera, Neida Perez, and featured poet Rachel Eliza
Griffiths who is profiled in Oprah Winfrey’s Magazine, Janice Law, AWWNM Founder.
Latina Poets, January 29, 2013
Oct 23 - Adams to Wharton: The Ransom Center's American Women Writers
Nov 14 - Copyright Fair Use
American Women Writers National Museum National Press Club Building 529 14th Street NW, Suite 960-C Washington, D.C. 20045