Dangerous Women Go to Church
March 18, 2018My March calendar has two reading events coming up this week.
On Tuesday, I'll be a featured reader at Paul Richmond's Third Tuesday open mic event, 9 Mill Street in Greenfield. Doors open at 7:00, open mic reading begins at 7:15 (this is a new time to accommodate more readers), followed by featured readers.
On Sunday, we'll be doing excerpts from Most Dangerous Women at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in Greenfield to celebrate Women's History Month. 10:30-11:30 a.m. Several songs and monologues from the play step us through 100 years of history. Daphne Bye and the All Souls Choir, with featured singer Kirsten Levitt and guests Annie Hassett and Nina Gross will do three musical pieces, and there are five more songs for the congregation to sing. Some of the historical figures whose words will comprise the readings are Jane Addams, Jeannette M. Rankin, Coretta Scott King, Helen Caldicott, Wangari Maathai, and Berta Caceres Flores.
My link for the month is to Literary Hub. You can subscribe to get reviews, news, and other articles of interest delivered to your email, or you can just go browse the site. Here's a link to the National Book Critics Circle awards for books of 2017: http://bookmarks.reviews/congratulations-to-the-2018-nbcc-award-winners/
And speaking of winning, there are one or two winners of last month's giveaway who have not yet sent me their mailing addresses. Please respond to the email announcing your win by telling me the address where you'd like to receive the books. The email is from email@example.com, in case you need to search your inbox and spam folder to find my original missive.