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Every Woman Has a Story to Tell
March 13, 2016 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm$55
Spoken Word Performance with Jan Krause Greene, Cheryl Melody Baskin and Thea Iberall – Includes lunch (Reservations required by March 10)
Spoken word, musical interpretation, and dramatic reading will bring to life the stories and poems in 45Magazine, a new women’s literary journal. These are anonymous works of both experienced and novice writers, exemplifying themes that are common to most women. In some cases, 45Magazine gives a voice to women who had been voiceless, powerless, and invisible until they put their experiences in writing.
Jan Krause Greene was a high school teacher and newspaper columnist. After retiring, she wrote her first novel, I Call Myself Earth Girl. The host of the Literary Arts Open Mic at Tatnuck Booksellers in Westborough, MA, she is an editor for 45 Magazine and vice president of the Women’s National Book Association, Boston Chapter. “
Cheryl Melody Baskin is an author, playwright, composer, voiceover artist, poet and educator. For 35 years, she has worked as a professional recording artist. recording nine nationally- awarded CD’s. As a sound healer, she brings her voice for Peace to diverse audiences.
Dr. Thea Iberall is an award-winning scientist and writer of poetry, plays, scientific texts and a new novel, The Swallow and the Nightingale. Wanting to combine her scientific training with her love of language, Thea developed a new art form called contextual poetry, which integrates the knowledge of multidisciplinary science and history with the insights and language of poetry. Her new book of contextual poems, The Sanctuary of Artemis, explores the roots and origins of Western patriarchal culture through evolution, religion, neuroscience, history, mythology, symbolism, and linguistics. Thea has a Ph.D. in Computational Neuroscience (UMass) and an M.A. in writing from the University of Southern California.
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