Have you always wanted to write a novel or publish a book? Do you love to read?
Join Stanford Club of Pasadena and Stanford Professional Women for an afternoon with Stanford alum and author, Naomi Hirahara. Working as a journalist after graduating from Stanford in 1983, Naomi dedicated herself to writing a novel, taking classes with UCLA Extension after work and finally spending nine months in an intensive writing fellowship in Wichita, Kansas to publish her first book. In this talk, she will discuss what it takes to write and publish a novel during this time of Internet disruption.
Event Schedule: 3:00-Check in and reception; 4:00-Talk & Q&A with Naomi Hirahara
South Pasadena Library
1100 Oxley St.
Celebrate creativity with a silk scarf marbling class in San Pedro! The Stanford Professional Women of Los Angeles will be gathering at Meaning-Full Art, a studio featured on ABC 7 Los Angeles, BuzzFeed, and Los Angeles Voyager magazine. We will spend an afternoon learning to make stunning scarves, and end the afternoon networking around food truck appetizers and craft beer. Bring out your artsy side in 2020!
112 E 22nd Street, Studio #102,
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