Alzheimer’s Association, Alois Alzheimer Center, City Gospel Mission, Community of Stories (SCPA), Taft Museum, Cincinnati Art Museum, Lloyd Museum, Women Writing for (a) Change.
Writing Mentor & Story Consultant
Freelance writing/speaking with a focus on urban living, writing, dementia
Movers and Makers, Erma Bombeck Writier’s Workshop, MidLife Boulevard, HumorLife.org, Ten Minute Novelist, The Caregiver Space, Alzheimers.net
Women Helping Women, Women Writing for (a) Change, PEO group, Cancer and grief groups.
Panel Moderation & Judging
SOS Poems on Peace and Justice – Submission Jury, Books by the Banks – Writing and Publishing Panel, Contest Judge, Poetry at Findlay Market, Louder than a Bomb
Needing time to work on certain aspects of a longer work? Looking for one-on-one coaching and the opportunity to test your writing out loud? Designed for writers who have participated in our "Building Blocks" or "Reading Like a Writer" series, or those who have a manuscript of prose, memoir, or personal essay in progress.
Each week, participants will be offered fastwrite, exercises pertaining to a certain element of writing, free writing time and instructor or peer feedback. Time will be set aside at the end of each class for crosstalk. There will be no formal instruction time, but one-on-one coaching sessions with either Tina or Annette will be available for an additional cost.
Four-week instructional workshop on the elements of STORY in short form. Visit Women Writing for a Change for details and to register.
A free guided writing seminar for caregivers.
Annette Wick and Pauletta Hansel leads this nurturing and inspiring writing session as an opportunity to use writing to reflect on your own journey, and to share as much or as little as you choose in a supportive and safe circle of other caregivers. No previous writing experience is necessary; participants of previous workshops are welcome to return.
What is a leaf of plate? Join teacher and writer Annette Januzzi Wick and the Lloyd Library and Museum staff to explore their latest exhibit, Leaves of Plates, about plates in publication that have one or more pages of text.
In this writing workshop, participants will have access to the Lloyd’s collection in order to consider the plates of their own stories, and how those stories can have many leaves.
How does one choose which direction to grow the writing?
Registration coming soon. Or visit the Lloyd Library or Women Writing for a Change for more information.