Kaye Bache-Snyder, Ph.D., has released Toledo 1942:We Were There Yesterday. It explores the effects of World War II on a working class family and a neighborhood in northern Ohio, where Kaye grew up. The war created a national paranoia through air raid practices and the rationing of food and fuel. The book is both historical [read more]
Congratulations to four talented young women who are winners of DWPC’s annual writing scholarship awards. Meet them at the Garden Party on August 14th. Stephanie Lynne Couey, an MFA student of creative writing at the University of Colorado Boulder, will receive the Ruth Murray Underhill Award for 2014. Valerie Buccio, a student at the Univeristy [read more]
Congratulations to the winners of our 2014 In-House Writers’ Contest. Read the winning entries here. All winners were honored at a reception at the clubhouse on Saturday, May 17. The contest was open to DWPC members, who had the choice of entering five categories, including: First Line, Visual Prompt, Greeting Card, Nonfiction Lede, and A Woman’s Work [read more]
MONDAY DINNER – members and guests only; reserve before noon Oct 3.
Dinner $16 + $4 wine
Hilary DePolo – email@example.com
John Tweedy will show and discuss the exciting and surprising film he made about his mother, Penny Chenery.
Wednesday; free and open to the public, $5 donation appreciated
Denver Mountain Parks: 100 Years of the Magnificent Dream
Writer Erika Walker and editor Jenna Browning will describe their roles in putting together a sumptuous book about Denver’s Mountain Parks, profusely illustrated with photographs by John Fielder.