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Daily Archives: November 7, 2008
“Girls Making Media” Video and for Teenage Women
Produce short media segments about issues affecting women and girls in your community. Seeking middle/high school young women participants for 5 different sessions Each participant will learn how to:*Research and write content that conveys desired message*Record and edit audio and video segments*Narrate voice-overs, add musical soundtracks, interview and speak “on air” effectively. *Complete audio/video segment into desired format for broadcast and webcast
This project is a collaboration between Quynn Elizabeth (Founder of WomanKraft ) and Pima County/ Tucson Women’s Commission (PC/TWC)Funding for the project has been provided by the Every Voice in Action Foundation® For more info, contact: Stephanie M. Smith Young Women’s Leadership Coordinator Pima County/Tucson Women’s Commission Ph (2)
POWDER: Writing by Women in the Ranks, From Vietnam to Iraq Book Launch Event
November 11, 12:00 p.m. ,
Jacome Plaza, Main Library downtown Tucson Arizona
Featuring food, music and readings by veterans Charlotte Brock, Elizabeth McDonald and Christy Clothier, with local writers Alison Hawthorne Deming, Niki Herd and Martha Ostheimer reading excerpts.
Contact: Shannon Cain (520) email@example.com
Writers Studio members
Deborah Harrison, Alan Frolich, and Lisa K. Harris
Friday, November 14
St. Philip’s in the Hills Episcopal Church
4440 N. Campbell Avenue @ River Road
Steve Orlen was born in Holyoke, Massachusetts. The author of two chapbooks and six collections of poetry (Permission to Speak, 1978; A Place at the Table, 1981; The Bridge of Sighs, 1992; Kisses, 1997; This Particular Eternity (Ausable, 2001); and The Elephant’s Child, New & Selected Poems 1978-2005 (Ausable, 2006). He has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, as well as the George Dillon Memorial Award from Poetry Magazine. He teaches at the University of Arizona and in the low-residency M.F.A. Program at Warren Wilson College. He lives in Tucson, Arizona, with his wife, the painter Gail Marcus Orlen.
A reception and book signing will follow. Steve Orlen’s newest collection,
$5 Suggested Donation
For more information about this event or The Writers Studio classes, contact
Eleanor Kedney at 520-743-8214 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
THE ELEPHANT’S CHILD, will be available for purchase at the reading
from Antigone Books.