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Women Who Write is pleased to offer programs throughout the year that help to nurture, encourage and educate our members while fostering a sense of community beyond our individual critique groups. Every year we have a Winter Gathering to celebrate the season and each other while enjoying delicious cuisine.  At the launch of Goldfinch, our annual literary journal, we provide an opportunity for each selected author to read her published piece as well as an open mic for everyone who attends the event. In addition, we offer programs in prose, poetry and screenwriting throughout the year by accomplished industry professionals.


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Published Author Book Event!
Meet Jawahara Saidullah

Date:   Sunday, May 21, 2023

Place:  Online, via ZOOM

Cost:    FREE


Hi, my name is Prachi Jain and I am a Co-VP of Programs, totally committed to bringing you new programs like OPEN MICs where writers - both members and non-members read their work to an enthusiastic audience. 


If you are a published author, let us know right away. We would love to have a tête-à-tête with you over Zoom. Get ready to get publicity and encouragement through a widely inclusive community of writers. 



My name is Dana, your other Co-VP in charge of creating programs for Women Who Write. WWW is offering more programs and events; so many talented members are getting involved by offering their time. The board is constantly brainstorming new ideas.

WWW is dedicated to becoming a colorful bouquet of resources for our members. If you are thinking about becoming a member please feel free to contact us so we can answer any questions you may have.

Thank you for your support, and I promise that there will be so many interesting pages to turn in the WWW book of memories.

The Burden of Foreknowledge with Jawaraha Saidullah

When:  Sunday, May 21, 2023

Time:   2:00 pm

Where: Online via ZOOM

In 16th century India, when Nadee is swept away by the raging Yamuna, her life itself becomes a journey. A journey that takes her from her devastated village, Zameerpur, to the burning ghats of Kashi, to the courts of Agra and then on to the city of dreams, Fatehpur-Sikri. Even as her life intertwines with history barriers between the future and the past, the dead and the living break down until they become indistinguishable. In Akbar's Hindustan, Nadee is the eternal wanderer and soothsayer. She is doomed to love Kashi's unattainable king of the dead, the Dom Raja, to serve the legendary courtesan, Chhappan Chhoori and then the almost mythical emperor, Akbar. When her new born son, the legacy of her love, disappears she slides further into madness and despair as she searches desperately for her one link to herself. Nade is blindingly aware of her destiny, though she remains powerless to change it. The Burden of Foreknowledge is a story that traces an unusual life, a life that brushes against greatness but remains inexorably trained towards its own ultimate fate. As the boundaries between reality and fantasy collide, the story reaches its climactic conclusion in the abandoned and desolate city of dreams, when Nadee finally achieves what has been predestined.

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