Uncategorized | April 30, 2009
Long-time Wyoming Writers, Inc., member Page Lambert is the recipient of The AROHO (A Room of Her Own Foundation) Orlando Nonfiction Writing Award. AROHO is an organization dedicated to helping women writers and artists.
The award for unpublished poetry, short fiction, sudden fiction and nonfiction celebrates Virginia Woolf’s title character’s liberation from the restraints of time and gender. This new array of competitions is an invitation to women writers to manifest their own escapades “in gardens running down to the river, and in a pleasant grove of nut trees to walk in.” Page Lambert’s winning essay is excerpted from her narrative nonfiction project, “These Things I Can Love.”
Page, a senior associate with the Children and Nature Network, is also a writing coach and leader of creative writing adventures. Lambert is leading a May/June “Literature and Landscape of the Horse” retreat at the Vee Bar Guest Ranch in Wyoming and space is still available.