Registration Is Now Open for Fall Virtual Women’s Writing Circles Led by Kate Hopper

Writing is often a solitary process, but there are many benefits to connecting with other writers. Publish Her’s Women’s Writing Circles led by award-winning author and teacher Kate Hopper provide an opportunity for writers to learn and grow while connecting with others. Virtual weekly sessions include discussions focused on all things craft, writing and the writing life, a writing exercise inspired by a short in-class reading, plus time to write and share what emerged from the exercise. Experienced and first-time writers of any genre are welcome in this supportive community of women writers. Registration for  Women’s Writing Circles is open now.

About Kate Hopper

Kate Hopper is an author, editor, writing coach and the founder of Motherhood & Words. She is the author of “Use Your Words: A Writing Guide for Mothers,” “Ready for Air: A Journey Through Premature Motherhood,” winner of a Midwest Independent Publishing Award, and co-author of “Silent Running,” a memoir of one family’s journey with autism and running. Her writing has appeared in a number of journals, including Brevity, Creative Nonfiction’s True Story, Longreads, Los Angeles Review of Books, The New York Times online, Poets & Writers, and River Teeth. Kate has her MFA from the University of Minnesota and has been the recipient of two Minnesota State Arts Board Grants, a Sustainable Arts Foundation Grant and a Fulbright Scholarship. She has taught creative writing for over 20 years and lives in Minneapolis with her family.

About Publish Her

Publish Her is a female-founded publisher dedicated to elevating the words, writing and stories of women. We are passionate about amplifying the voices of women of color, women with disabilities and members of the LGBTQ+ community. We aim to make publishing an attainable, exciting and collaborative process for all. Publish Her specializes in print-on-demand books, workbooks, journals, magazines and more.

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