Author Archives: Writing Women of Zurich

About Writing Women of Zurich

A community of international writing women sharing our work, feedback and encouragement! We are all ages, many nationalities, have lived and worked around the globe and share a passion for the written word. Our stories, triumphs, sorrows, successes and loses are shared here.

Deb Hoffmann – Eyewitness to the Sinking of the Andrea Doria

 HOW A CLOSE FRIENDSHIP WITH A BOSTON GLOBE EDITOR             GOT ME ON THE FRONT PAGE OVER 60 YEARS AGO While I was a Boston College student, my creative writing and journalism teacher was Bill Meek of the Boston Globe.  … Continue reading

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Congratulations Olga!

Olga Bogachek, contributing member of the Writing Women of Zurich, recently had her seminal essay on grief published in THRIVE GLOBAL. The link to her story, entitled “Finding Words for Grief,” is here: Olga captures the angst and pain … Continue reading

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Congrats to Lorraine Curran-Vu on her recent publication!

Congratulations to Lorraine Curran-Vu for publication of her poem, Interloper,  in the online literary magazine, INVICTUS A Spark In The Dark. Partially re-printed here, however, for her full text and cunning conclusion, please visit the original publication website: Here … Continue reading

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