Monthly Archives: January 2017

Finding our voices

Here’s what we got up to at our first women’s writing workshop at the weekend…a great start!

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How often do we wake up and say, “Guess what? I’m going to do some writing.” How many of us actually do? That Saturday morning was revelatory, as if Confucius had dropped by on us metaphorically (also in the form of the awesome Chinese dragons show near Guildhall) and said, “It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.” Eleven women, of different ages, professions, aspirations, achievements and ideologies walked into the upper corner room of the Central library, with a united purpose- Writing.

img_20170124_125311 Such a beautiful day!

As the ladies went around the room introducing themselves, trying to find common and uncommon threads, Joanna already had two writing exercises running in her mind. But, before that we needed to discuss why this group was important. Why do women need this time and space to work out their writing? Why should women write? Why are we having this…

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