Here you’ll find two galleries that give a snapshot of what WiO members get up to. At the top of this page you’ll find a gallery of member publications and below it you’ll find photographs of our events: the serious, the playful, the informative and the creative.

Please do get in touch if you have a publication you’d like to feature here or any photos of events that you would like to share.

Member Publications

Rosaries, Reading, Secrets: A Catholic Childhood in India by Anita MathiasWear a Mask! Oxford Pandemic Portraits by Martin StottThe Fall of a Sparrow by Griselda HeppelPredator by Zoe CaldwellThe Hidden Geometry of Life by Karen L. FrenchBad Words by Philip GoodenFertile Ground by Laura JanssonMy Mother’s Choice by Ali MercerBusiness Writing Tips by Robert BullardBlue Fountain by Christine DrewFight Now by David WilkinsonMakeover by Barbara Lorna HudsonThe Chase by Lorna FergussonHow to be Published by Lynn MorrisonMurder at St Margarets by Lynn MorrisonThe Routledge Companion to William Morris by Martin StottMansfield Park Revisited by Merryn WilliamsDead in Oxford by Peter TicklerA Very Important Teapot by Steve SheppardA Cornish Cargo by Alison BaxterThe Love I do to You by Mariah WhelanSculpting the Elephant by Sylvia VettaThe Rough Beast by Denise Cullington

Learning opportunities

We hold ‘Author talks’ and other meetings in attractive locations.

Exchanging ideas between writers

Bringing together writers of different ages and genres
An annual event to discuss the Booker Prize shortlist

Outings and visits

A group of us on a tour of Oxford 
And a more leisurely river trip down the River Thames
Enjoying a walk from Little Coxwell to Longcot
Grandpont Tour with Liz Woolley
Learning about wood cuts with expert Pete Lawrence

Celebrating our successes

Jane Cammack (second left) won the 2018 Mogford Short Story Prize.

Getting together

Writers work alone, so it is great to relax with others

Games evening
Wine tasting