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Congrats to Two DWPC Playwrights!

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Speaking of Theater!    Congrats to DWPC Past President Kim Millett, whose short play, “Rats Who Eat Butterflies,” is a finalist in the DCPA’s 2018 micro theater contest. The play will be read by professional actors later this year, in conjunction with “Bite Size: An Evening of Micro Theater.” About Bite-Size This evening of micro theatre will […]

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“What a Character!” Brings Insight from Writers

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“What a Character!” features three DWPC women novelists who discuss their work with a special emphasis on character development. · Kathleen Duhamel, author of Deep End, on when characters talk back. · Bonnie McCune, author of Never Retreat, where characters come from. · Suzanne Young, author of The Wrong Coat, know your characters. The event […]

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Jewelry Sale Craft Making Event

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We’ll be re-purposing clip-on earrings for the November Jewelry Sale! Where: DWPC, 1325 Logan St., Denver 80203 Date: May 23, 2018 Time: 10:00 A.M. The jewelry committee is going to try something new this year. We are going to re-purpose some of the beautiful clip earring into book-markers and other innovative ideas. These new items will […]

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Motherhood & Storytelling – Book Event & Reading

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Motherhood & Storytelling Book Event & Reading Saturday, May 12, 2-4 p.m. Free and open to the public. Member Ellen Nordberg, editor Stephanie Sprenger, and other authors and other authors including DWPC Secretary Dianne Blomberg will share their experiences with the power of telling stories about motherhood. Discussing the unique value of writing about motherhood […]

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Finding Your Inner Goddess, a Poetry Event with Marjorie Power

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Finding Your Inner Goddess, a Poetry Event with Marjorie Power May, 19, 2018 2:00 pm – 4:00 p.m. Denver Woman’s Press Club, 1325 Logan St. – Denver 80203 A member of DWPC since 2016, Marjorie Power is the author of Seven Parts Woman, a full length poetry collection, and six poetry chapbooks from small presses. […]

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Canceled – Member Event Thursday, May 3

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We will work on rescheduling this event in the fall! The Changing World of Media and Healthcare with author Judy Graham Thursday, May 3 5:30 p.m. -7:30 p.m. DWPC Clubhouse Dinner: $18 per person For most of Judy Graham’s three-decade-plus career as a journalist, she’s written about healthcare and how people navigate this complex, baffling system […]

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In Memory of Janet Watkins Masone May 20, 1934 – March 19, 2018

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    In Memory of Janet Watkins Masoner May 20, 1934 – March 19, 2018 We are sad to report that DWPC member Jan Masoner has passed away.  A member since 2013, Jan was a joyful addition to the club and enjoyed hobnobbing with friends at events.  She was a freelance writer, and regular contributor to the […]

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DWPC featured on 9NEWS!

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Women’s History Month: Women in the Media Click here to see the video! 9NEWS contributor Emily Schromm talked to the trailblazers past and present including DWPC members Marcia Goldstein and Monica Stockbridge.

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  The Center for Colorado Women’s History at Byers-Evans House Museum

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March 21, 2018 marked the opening of our state’s first-ever Center for Colorado Women’s History – honoring women trailblazers who are shaping Colorado’s history, community, economy, culture and heritage.  The Center for Colorado Women’s History will focus on scholarship, research, public programs, narrative, lectures, school tours, and exhibits that expand the understanding and collective memory […]

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