Daily Archives: June 7, 2011

Writers Studio- Success & Reading

CONGRATULATIONS TO LISA BELLAMY, whose poems “Goliath” and “Montcalm Point” will be published in the online magazine, 2River: View. The publication will be accompanied by an audio version of Lisa reading her work. Read more about students’ success stories at http://www.writerstudio.com/pages/page_lc.php?page=success

WRITERS STUDIO READING IN TUCSON JUNE 10. Don’t miss poet and director of The Tucson Workshop Eleanor Kedney, fiction writer and instructor Carli Brosseau and writer Rebecca Michaels, who will be featured at the Other Voices Women’s Reading Series, presented by Antigone Books (411 North 4th Avenue, Tucson). The reading is at 7 p.m. and will be followed by open microphone and refreshments. Carli Brosseau’s Workshop [1] begins June 15 . Complete schedule of classes at http://www.writerstudio.com/cart/classlist.php

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Barbara McNichol Editorial- BIO AND BRAND TELECAST

BIn case you missed Liz Goodgold and Nancy Juetten’s recent teleclass about what works (and doesn’t work) when building your bio and brand, here’s another opportunity. Tune in on July 11 at 11 a.m. 2011 Pacific time (8 a.m. Eastern time) for lots of benefits.

Here’s the link to opt-in to this free teleclass:


Last time, they hosted more than 400 people who were serious about boosting their businesses through bios and branding. Just read a few of their comments:

Andrea Daniel: Thank you so much for this. The information was wonderful. I actually heard things I haven’t heard before, and I sit in on a lot of teleseminars. This was a 10!

Raven Muse Bowden: Liz and Nancy ROCKED the House! I thoroughly enjoyed it and have taken a lot of notes on the ways I need to update my bio and shift my business.

Wild Reiki and Shamanic Healing LLC: The content of Nancy and Liz’s teleseminar is a definite 10. The great stories and tips will revolutionize my website!

Again, Nancy and Liz will share:

•The 4 “s”es necessary to write a bio
•How to determine your brand DNA so you can carve out your niche
•Why you want to add a cool quotient so everyone starts talking about your bio
•Secrets to creating a proprietary vocabulary that keeps your competitors out of your prospects’ mind
•…and much more!
If you love what Liz and Nancy say during this free call, treat yourself to their content-rich Tele Boot Camp starting on Wed. July 27, 2011 at 11 a.m. PST. They guarantee your satisfaction or your money back.

Sign up for this July 11th high-value, no-cost teleclass. It opens doors for you to

Bring in the Dough: 5 Weeks to a Better Brand, Bio, and Business This Summer!

Barbara McNichol

Yes, the call will be recorded. But it’s always best to tune in live to find out how to improve your bio and your branding. I will be!

Barbara McNichol Editorial

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edited by Carlos Manuel

Four very different yet extremely personal works comprise VAQUEEROS, CALACAS, AND HOLLYWOOD: CONTEMPORARY CHICANO PLAYS. This collections covers topics from death and boxing to life as an immigrant, from Hollywood hero worship to sexual taboos. All of the plays reflect themes found in Chicano communities through out the United States. BARRIO HOLLYWOOD, by Elaine Romero, uses distinct cultural symbolism to explore tragedy, interracial dating, and family loyalty. Silvana Wood’s trilingual YO, CASIMIRO FLORRES mixes rituals, languages, and cultural traditions to craft an intellectual and historical drama that shed light on what being an immigrant, as well as a Chicano, means in today’s society. WE LOST IT AT THE MOVIES (WITH A SPECIAL APPEARANCE BY ROCK HUDSON), by Guillermo Reyes, offers us the story of a Chilean mother and son as they struggle to make it in the land of the free, and VAQUEEROS, BY CARLOS MANUEL, is an ethnodrama based on interviews that exposes hidden sexual practices among Chican/Latino men and their fear of being discovered.

Carlos Manuel is an assistant professor of theater and director of the Theatre Program at Bellarmine University. He obtained his MFA in playwriting from Arizona State University and his MA in directing from the University of New Mexico. His work focuses on the Latino experience.

234 pp . paper . $20.00 . ISBN 978-1-931010-70-2

Bilingual Review Press
Hispanic Research Center
Arizona State University
P.O Box 875303
Tempe, Az 85287-5303
Phone orders (480)965-3867
E-mail: brp@asu.edu

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B. J. Buckley & Dawn Senior-Trask Authors- MOONHORSES & THE RED BULL


by B.J. Buckley & Dawn Senior-Trask

A Wyoming Poet, a Montana Poet- Two women who understand the land and the opportunities it offers. Life in the West can be a challenge but the rewards- visual, visceral and spiritual- are hard to describe. B. J Buckley and Dawn Senior-Trask have woven words into a verbal tapestry that gives the reader a deeply complete and vibrantly luminous meassure of what it is to immerse oneself in this life.

216 pgs ISBN: 1-932636-19-6 $18.95 Trade Paper


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