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AWWNM’s Start Up Space

As AWWNM began: Janice Law, founder, in front of AWWNM’s D.C. startup rented space

AWWNM Founder Janice Law displays some literary items sold through Out-of-Print Clothing as a fund-raiser. Out-of-Print gives non-profits 30% of sales, generated by the individual non-profit.

AWWNM Friend - Jim Nelson, retired from Grey Wolf Drilling Company, chats with Janice Law at a 2011 social event.

CONSULTING WITH WISE COUNSELORS: The prestigious Center for the Book in the Library of Congress has selected AWWNM to partner with the Center's popular nationwide Reading Promotion Partner network. Dr. John Cole, Center director, chats with Janice Law, AWWNM founder. Cole works with state Centers for the Book in all 50 states. (For details see News & Updates

Sept. 21, 2011, Gala at the National Gallery of Art. L-R Teresa Crane, Janice Law and Jan Tuttle discuss AWWNM at NGA’s Fall 2011 gala.

FUNDRAISING IS FUN! Janice Law discusses AWWNM fundraising with two high profile American billionaires: legendary Texas oil man T. Boone Pickens, right, and environmental activist Ted Turner, left. Both entrepreneurs, each of whom has a philanthropic foundation, spoke in April, 2011 to the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. where Law is a member.

Contributions may be mailed to:

    Janice Law
    American Women Writers National Museum
    National Press Club BUILDING
    529 14th ST. NW, Suite 960-C
    Washington, D.C.  20045

American Women Writers National Museum
National Press Club Building
529 14th Street NW, Suite 960-C
Washington, D.C. 20045

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