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“Women Write Their Lives,” The
San Miguel Writers’ Conference

17 January 2013 2,060 views No Comment

How We Love Now and Suzanne Braun LevineI will be traveling to Mexico for the San Miguel Writers’ Conference 2013 – February 13- 18 and am excited to be on a terrific panel of women writers titled: Women Write Their Lives and a separate event, a discussion about: The Early Days of Ms. Magazine and the Current State of Feminism.

The San Miguel Writers Conference brings – Bilingual Conference for Writers & Readers in together writers, agents and readers for panels, workshops and pitch sessions It takes place in the World Heritage City and “cradle of Mexican Independence, San Miguel de Allende which has long been a mecca for social creatives – writers, painters, musicians, poets & philosophers.”

It is in this wonderful sunny and serene atmosphere that I will be with friends on a panel and separately sharing my memories and insights on Ms. and Feminism:

Women Write Their Lives
Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013; 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Hotel Real de Minas
Moderated by Amy Ferris and Hollye Dexter

Seven extraordinary women talk about the stories they longed to share, the stories that were hard to write, and the sheer power of releasing those words out into the world. Panelists:
Suzanne Braun Levine, Teresa Stack, Krista Lyons, Samantha Dunn, Monica Holloway, Victoria Zackheim and Brooke Warner.

The Early Days of Ms. Magazine and the Current State of Feminism
Monday, Feb.18, 3:00 p.m. Lecture and discussion

Margaret Atwood is among the many luminary and inspiring writers who have been a part of the San Miguel conference and found it “packed with avid listeners!” Author Tom Robbins commented: “If Dante had had the San Miguel experience, he may have written more bout heaven and less about hell.”

I know I will be enriched by the many people I will have an opportunity to speak with and listen to…Looking forward to the sun and more!

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