10/14 11:00 a.m. ET ThurberCon at Thurber House
9:30-10:45 am — Submitting Your Writing to Literary Journals (workshop)
11:05 am-12:00 pm — Publishing (panel)
12:20-12:50 pm — Artificial Intelligence (panel)
10/21-22 Youngstown Lit
Friday: Reading & Workshop "Write What Scares You"
10/26 6:00 p.m. ET Unleash Discussion on AI
11/11 11am-3pm Table Event at Budd Dairy
2024 Partnership with
Drop-in - OCT 7th35$Drop-in on upcoming WWC workshop.Valid for one month
- 1.5 hour community call (themes vary)
- Workshop with fellow womxn writers
- Access to community content and resources
- Writing prompt
- Goal setting and accountability
I am so grateful to have met Jen Knox on my writing journey! I was drawn to her in a crowded Zoom room and trusted the intuitive connection, and the more I got to know Jen, the more I wanted to work on my book with her. She is efficient, positive, knowledgable, community-oriented, and supports womxn writers with clear passion and natural leadership. Jen's Writing Circle is so helpful for me because as a woman, I have never had direct feedback on how intimate details of my memoir might impact those reading. The feedback I get from Jen and the other womxn about the value of this story and how it makes them feel encourages me to keep going.
Sarah Poet, Tedx Speaker, Educator and Healer
What Participants are saying...
"Jen's circles are beautiful containers for writers to further refine their work and benefit from the support of other like-minded womxn. I come out of every session more in love with the process of creating and looking forward to the next round of feedback!"
"Jen’s feedback on my writing has been instrumental in propelling me forward and believing in my own voice. She has helped me find my strengths and encouraged me to press further into the terrain of writing. This is the first time in my life where I feel confident to say, I’m a writer!"
"Womxn's Writing Circles is an inspiring group, led by an inspirational teacher, Jen Knox. The writing prompts truly "unleash creativity."