Invisible Me Study by Anita Adams – first conceived in 2015, rev. 2017
Objective: To give women of all ages, ethnicity, economic, educational or sexual orientation an opportunity to be heard either by poem, quote, short story, prose or statement a voice using the AWA (Amherst Writers & Artists workshop method), or by an invitation and agreement to share their voice in response to two Writing Prompts.
Number to be interviewed: Interview 50 women ages 18 & up
- Name of Writer (in whatever manner the Narrator/Writer chooses)
- Statement/Poem/Prose/Short Story
- Region or Country where Participant grew up.
Authorization/Release Form: Complete, sign and return the attached Authorization/Release Form for publication purposes (to be sent separately).
Publishers to be considered: AWA Press, Hazelden, Alfred A. Knopf, Self-Published
Contact for AWA Prompts: AWA.AAdams@gmail.com
Please respect the originality and personal property of this project to be solely that of Anita Adams aka AAdamsLLC. All communication and offers to assist with its fruition should be directed to Anita Adams first. AWA.AAdams@gmail.com Thank you. www.CalledtoWrite.org
Please visit the above link to learn more about a new Women’s Study Project.
- Seeking women ages 18 & up to share their stories, poems or statement about Invisibility and Visibility
- If interested, please register for your Online Prompts Online AWA Women’s Study Project.
I believe all Women should be Heard as well as Seen.
Called to Write Workshop
for Women ages 18 & up – Asheville, NC to begin in July 6th
Thursday evenings from 7pm – 9 pm
in the Amherst Writers & Artists method aka AWA
Discover your original and creative voice through a variety of prompts using the AWA method.
To REGISTER: Email name, telephone to AWA.AAdams@gmail.com by July 1st
‘A Writers is someone who writes.” – Pat Schneider, Writing Alone & With Others
A. Adams, Certified AWA Affiliate in the AWA method will Facilitate and write with you. Providing a safe space for others to share their voice and craft their art.
Learning more about the Amherst Writers and Artists Method.
via Welcome Writers — Called to Write
For those who are unfamiliar with the Amherst Writers & Artists (AWA) method, let me share the following.
The AWA Method is based in the following philosophy.
These affirmations rest on a definition of personhood based in equality, and a definition of writing as an art form available to all persons.
- Everyone has a strong, unique voice.
- Everyone is born with creative genius.
- Writing as an art form belongs to all people, regardless of economic class or educational level.
- The teaching of craft can be done without damage to a writers original voice or artistic self-esteem.
- A writer is someone who writes.
For more about the Amherst Writers & Artists method, please visit: Amherst Writers & Artists (AWA)