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Unknown Writers’ Contest Now Open

January 7, 2015 in News by webmaster

The contest is open and accepting entries until midnight, February 17th. The DWPC’s Unknown Writers’ Contest, open only to writers who have not yet been paid for their writing, offers comments on all submissions as well as cash prizes to winners. The popular contest gives writers valuable feedback on their work in three categories: fiction, [read more]

The Art of Intuition – Sunday, January 25

December 9, 2014 in News by Thordis Niela Simonsen

Interactive presentation by Thordis Niela Simonsen Same program offered twice: 10-11:30 am and 1-2:30 pm admission $10 at the door, cash or check only reservations at 303.321.5403 or appreciated but not required Albert Einstein referred to intuition as a “sacred gift,” and Rumi called it a “sacred “spring.” Yet intuition as a way of [read more]

DWPC Video on YouTube

October 8, 2014 in News by webmaster

See the 15-minute film that tells the story of the club, past and present: DWPC Video  

Cara - Jewelry 2014

Cara Lopez Lee tries on an earring.

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JD Mason

J.D. Mason tells of the trials of her trilogy.

photo by: K Millett

Thorpe Talk 1 1-29-15

Helen Thorpe signed copies of Soldier Girls at the house Jan 29th, with Georgia Garnsey and Cara Lopez Lee

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Deep Mapping Salon

Page Lambert leads a Salon on Deep Mapping

photo by: Kim Millett

Upcoming Events
5:30 PM

Alexandra Fuller - "Leaving Before the Rains Come"

at DWPC,

Award-winning memoirist Alexandra Fuller returns to the Denver Woman’s Press Club to talk about her new book, Leaving Before the Rains Come (Penguin, January, 2015). A child of the Rhodesian wars and daughter of complicated parents, Fuller is used to greeting pain with wit and grit. But the disintegration of her marriage leaves her shattered. In this third memoir, she confronts tough questions about the American man she married, and the family she left behind in Africa.

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6:00 PM

Mary Levering: From Gutenberg to Twitter

at DWPC, Denver

February 9 – Dinner, Mon 6PM –  $16 + $4 for wine

Members and Guests only

The personal memoir of Mary Levering will take you behind the stacks at the Library of Congress into virtually every department of this vast resource. During her 45 year career, Ms. Levering oversaw U.S. copyright registrations, coordinated research for the largest law library in the world, developed resources for the blind and physically handicapped, and made the building work like a well-oiled machine. She is a lawyer, a former teacher, and Beverly Chico’s sister.

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3:00 PM

Salon - Magazine Writing 101

at DWPC,

Free Parking North of the Club House

$5 donation appreciated

Magazine Writing 101 covers all the bases from researching the market to pitching your query and maximizing your clips. Kim Field will explain the economics of the career; Corinne Brown will talk about specializing, and Buffy Gilfoil will share her personal experience writing for health care and various other industries.

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