Upcoming Reading at Book Passage – please join me!
When: Saturday, September 10, at 11:00a.m. Location: Book Passage, 51 Tamal Vista, Corte Madera, CA 94925 (415)927-0960 I’m delighted to be part of a panel for Art in the Time of Unbearable Crisis: Women Writers Respond. This new anthology is a compilation of essays, poetry, and art … [Read More...]
New Writing in Anthologies
Art in the Time of Unbearable Crisis: Women Writers Respond.
Art in the Time of Unbearable Crisis is a new collection of essays, poetry, and art meant to feed and nourish our hearts and minds. Published in June 2022 by She Writes Press, it is a response to the multitude of global crises we’re currently experiencing. These pieces explore how we can find beauty, hope and inspiration through art even when the world is in chaos. All proceeds from the book will be donated to the non-profit World Central Kitchen, which feeds people affected by disasters and war all over the globe, and has been serving Ukrainian refugees since the invasion by Russia.More info →
2018 Edition of Travel Stories and Highlights.
My short story “Lost in Spain” published in the 2018 Edition of Travel Stories and Highlights.
60 Compelling Travel Stories
40 Absorbing Travel Highlights
44 Authors, Writers and Poets
This anthology, edited by Robert Fear, is now available on Amazon in Kindle and Paperback editions. Yes, it has that Amazon sneak-peek “Look Inside” feature..my story is on page 150!
The Magic of Memoir: Inspiration for the Writing Journey
Stories by writers of memoir, edited by Linda Joy Myers (President and founder of the National Association of Memoir Writers) and Brooke Warner, publisher of She Writes Press. A “memoirist’s companion for when the going gets tough,” the book also includes interviews with high-profile writers. On Sale Now…click the cover to purchase!More info →
Wandering in Andalusia
Wandering in Andalusia is the latest in a series of travel anthologies published by Wanderland Writers. This volume includes a rich mix of stories by writers who searched for and encountered the soul of southern Spain. Along the way, they discovered, and wrote about, a country ripe with contradiction and a place “where both duende and alegria co-exist.”More info →
“Why There Are Words” Literary Event – Rita Reads The Coconut Latitudes
What’s Up Punta Cana, with Kristi Maggio.
April 7 – Radio Interview
Monday, April 7th – I was interviewed by Dorit Sasson on her BlogTalkRadio program "Giving Voice to Your Courage"
Click to listen to the recorded podcast.