Alan Brody worked in third world countries for 40 years. He’d know if America were becoming one.
I’m on the cover and between the covers of the anthology “Spirt of a Woman: Stories to Empower & Inspire.” Read my post “Treasure & Tend Your Iconic Moments” on the Spirt of a Woman blog. See the announcement of the anthology launch: Spirit of a Woman: Stories to Empower & Inspire.
Alton Writers Guild, Regional Poetry Out Loud winners, and The Calhoun Entertainment Company performing a scene from Nunsense” kicked off the celebration. The Kevin Lucas Orchestra performed international music with gonzo band leader playing the marimba. Let me fan myself, Sister!
Alethea Eason commenting on the post “Building a Creative Practice is not for whimps” said: I believe that having regular session to do creative work is essential, but it may not be practical to have this occur every day, especially with a full time job, family, etc. I used to feel I was “failing” because…
Hey! SF Book Festival just awarded an honorable mention to “Sightlines: A Family Love Story in Poetry & Music” in the audio/spoken word category!
Jane Ollendorff hosts Sweet Dreams & Nightmares, mixed media works by Janiece Senn at Marbles Gallery. Opening reception: Saturday May 8th, 6-9 p.m. Janiece Senn’s new mixed media work “Sweet Dreams & Nightmares” Marbles Gallery 1905 Park Avenue, just east of Mississippi, in Lafayette Square. Call 314.791.6466 Stop by to share art, wine and meet…
Ernest Dempsey (a.k.a. Karim Khan, our Man from Pakistan) speaks about freelance writing on Author Access. Interviewed by Irene Watson & Victor R. Volkman.