Celebrating 2018

WWW is filled with writers of all walks, writing all genres, but with two things in common: we are women, and we write the west.

In 2018, many of us have won awards, sat on finalist lists, released and re-released books, promoted and marketed. We have networked and worked hard. We’ve supported one another and we reach for the stars, trying to leave our mark on the world and to leave it a bit better as we go along.

2018 has been a marvelously fun year as the WWW blog coordinator. I’ve been able to “meet” many of you through this channel, and look forward to meeting many more of you in person at the 2019 conference.

As we look back at what we’ve done in 2018, it’s exciting and inspiring to also look forward to 2019. What will each of us do with our lives and, more specifically, our writing, our words, and our western leanings. How will we share our passion? What are our goals? And whatever they are, no matter how big or small, know that you have the companionship, support, and passion of all the rest of the WWW community.

I look forward to 2019 and hope many more of you use and continue to use this forum as a place to share your news, releases, and experiences.

In joy and holiday spirit,

Sara Dahmen

Blog Coordinator

About womenwritingthewest

Women Writing the West is an organization of writers and other professionals who write and promote writing about the North American West with emphasis on the experiences of western women and girls. We invite you to join our writing community. Membership is open to all persons, worldwide.
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