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Five DWPC Members Finalists for CAL Awards

April 18, 2014 in News by Lydia Rueger

Join the DWPC table at this year’s banquet by the Colorado Authors’ League, which will honor Joyce Meskis, owner of the Tattered Cover, and poet Lois Hayna. Adding to the excitement, five DWPC members have been selected as finalists for awards: Not to be Forgiven by Nancy Mayborn Peterson – (Book Adult Fiction Mainstream) The Widow of Loreto by Page [read more]

Looking to Publish or Market a Book?

April 12, 2014 in News by Judith Briles

If you are publishing today … are you lost in all the options? Is your book stalled and needs a good kick-start? Do you want to know the latest in gizmos and gadgets for authors? Would you like to connect with the key players who are publishing and really selling books on their own … [read more]


Audience members of Historical Fiction Salon held 12-09-2012 and hosted by authors Cynthia Morris and Corinne Brown


Carlotta Walls LaNier, one of the Little Rock Nine, speaks at DWPC in 2011

Recent presentation at the DWPC

A packed house attended the last annual Spring Writing Seminar.

Rose Muenker Workshop

Writing coach Rose Muenker leads the Writer's Compass Workshop at the clubhouse, May 2012.

Santa's Elf

DWPC members hang out with Santa and an elf at the 2011 holiday party.

Upcoming Events
10:00 AM

Discovering Kintsugi: The "Golden Joinery" of Revision

at Denver Woman's Press Club, Denver

Join Kathryn Winograd to learn techniques that can expand, alchemize, and deepen the “broken” in your writing.

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10:30 AM

Poetry Blossoms in Spring

at Denver Woman's Press Club, Denver

Celebrate poetry in a variety of ways at this very special event.

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1:30 PM

Spring Seminar: Screenwriting Style

at Denver Woman's Press Club, Denver

You have a bestselling book you want to adapt into a screenplay. You have a story, you have characters, and you may even have a full manuscript in perfect screenwriting format. But how can you make your script stand out in a slush pile of thousands? It’s all about the style.

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