Wild Writing Women Win NATJA Award

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Wild Writing Women Online Magazine Wins National Award

Bay Area writing group and literary salon impresarias Wild Writing Women have been awarded first prize (Publications Category) in the North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) annual competition for their online magazine1s Spring 2004 issue titled "Taking Flight" at http://www.wildwritingwomen.com/zine/issue/spring_2004/

Natja is the world1s premiere professional association of writers,

photographers and editors dedicated to the travel and hospitality industries. http://www.natja.org

Wild Writing Women winners are Editor-in-Chief Cathleen Miller and Designer-Producer Carla King, along with Editors-at-Large Lisa Alpine, Jacqueline Harmon Butler, and Pamela Michael. These San Francisco Bay Area writers have won numerous awards for their work, both individually and collectively. Their 2001 anthology, Wild Writing Women: Stories of World Travel, won Natja1s award for 3Best Travel Book2 of the year.

Among other activities, the Wild Writing Women host monthly literary salons at San Francisco1s Monticello Inn that have become popular with Bay Area writers, editors, agents and publishers. The group also offers writing workshops several times each year. See a calendar of events and other information at http://www.wildwritingwomen.com.


Jacqueline Harmon Butler

phone: 415-751-2217

email: jam747@earthlink.net

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