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
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.
Learn more here. Or call today! (513) 721-4284
Every writer, no matter their experience, should have a voice in our local, national and international conversations in the news. Every community member should have a voice in the op-ed pages, regardless of platform, profession, or publishing experience.
What are the types of opinion pieces? How do I handle arguments from both sides, while expressing myself with facts and well-defined viewpoints? How can I use strategies to write op-eds, as well as conveying information across social media platforms?
In this workshop, learn about opinion pieces in general, and how to tie personal experience to current events to write powerful op-eds and reach readers beyond the data points. Writers will learn to help readers relate, empathize and care. Participants will be exposed to writing samples of op-ed pieces before and after publication, and explore the message of their writing work while crafting an op-ed piece of their own. Laptops encouraged. Light snacks and water will be provided.
Annette Januzzi Wick (annettejwick.com) is a writer, author, facilitator for Women Writing for (a) Change, and teacher for community groups. She recently published I'll Have Some of Yours, a story (mostly) about cookies and caregiving. Her work has appeared in the The Cincinnati Enquirer, HCRManorcare, and Books by Women Writers. She is a member of the National Society of Newspaper Columnists.
Bonnie Jean Feldkamp (writerbonnie.com) is an award-winning freelance writer of service journalism articles, personal essays, columns, and op-eds. Bonnie often contributes to The Cincinnati Enquirer and USAToday. Her essays have appeared in The New York Times, Scary Mommy, Medium and more. Bonnie is the Communications Director for the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. She is a board member of the Cincinnati Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, a member of Journalism and Women Symposium, and the National Federation of Press Women. Bonnie lives in Cincinnati with her husband and family.
Join in the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County as we celebrate LadyFest, an event designed to promote the health and well-being of women in our region. Writing workshops will be sponsored by Women Writing for (a) Change. Check back for more information or visit the library website to learn more.
7:00 p.m.Lloyd Library, 917 Plum Street, Cincinnati, OH
Aging and Memory through the Lens of Science and Literature. This presentation will focus on various pieces of modern-day literature composed by scientifically-trained, female writers, including neuroscientist and bestselling author of Still Alice, Lisa Genova, and gerontologist and author of Olive Kitteredge, Elizabeth Strout. How did they use their understanding of science to approach their stories? The presentation will be led by computer scientist-turned writer, Annette Januzzi Wick, author of I’ll Have Some of Yours. Book signing to follow.