Category Archives: Appearances

The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition National Art Show March

The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition is pleased to announce their National Art Show March 12-27, 2011.  Juror Nathan Trotman, Curator of the Guggenheim Museum, selected 141pieces from almost 1583 entries and I am thrilled to announce that mine was one … Continue reading

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Psychology Today

I was just interviewed for an article for Psychology Today, based on Married Women Who Love Women, the topic being “When a spouse radically changes.” It should be out in March. Also… on November 18, I spoke at the main … Continue reading

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October 30 in Boston

I’ll be speaking about my book, A Writer’s Journey, What to Know Before, During and After Writing a Book this Saturday October 30 for the Boston Mensa‘s regional gathering in Boston.

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Interesting Events for October

October 8-10, 2010 The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) announces a weekend-long event/conference/festival of lesbian history, culture, arts, scholarship, discussion, and performance. The event will call upon experience, memory, and scholarship to represent the broad and wide experience … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition Fall Show

I’m showing in the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition’s Fall show from September 25 – October 31. Weekends 1-6 PM : Free Admission. For more information go to bwacgallery.wordpress.com

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Brooklyn Book Festival this Sunday!

My son Ian is now a publisher and will have a booth at the 5th Annual Brooklyn Book Festival this Sunday September 12 from 10 AM to 6 PM. The book festival, a premier literary event which attracts thousands of … Continue reading

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