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  • Started by Maya Nussbaum
    Picture a large room packed with girls and women bent over notebooks. All is quiet...individually with professional women writers who become writing coaches, role-models and inspirations - year-lon...
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  • Dera et all,   I am a white lady in a group of women of color. (I hope I've made that clear.) I am also a blurter. I tend to write (and speak) what I think. I should e...
  • THE WEDNESDAY DAUGHTERS, by Meg Waite Clayton. (Ballantine Books.) Three Americans women in Beatrix Potter's English Lake District uncover secrets from the past.
  • Started by Vica Miller
     Dear fellow writers - I'd love to see you at my next Salon!  INVITATION VICA MI...nnovative educational approach and teacher training set this school apart as a model for best practices in gifted...
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  • Last reply by Liberty J. Freedom
    Thought it would be fun to see what everyone is working on in a brief way. So here's t...you use more than ten words after the title, I will exercise the mighty group moderator delete button!...
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  • Have you heard about Lit Crawl Los Angeles on Oct 23, taking place in the North Hollywood Arts District (no, I didn't know that was a thing, either :-)) ? Check out th...
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  • Deborah, I love your website. I love Elisabeth's, too. I have no idea how to do such a critter or what should be on it.  And Deborah, I am not speaking lightly when I...
  • I can't imagine that additional layer of fear, though I know my husband's father knew it personally. I would do anything to change that, for Adam, and your sons and al...
  • Listen. Harry is non-verbal and a student of mine at a local elementary school. He is on the autistic spectrum and has dyspraxia. He uses FC (Facilitated Communicatio...
  • Started by Lisa Rivero
    Last reply by Abby Christiansen
    When I took a turn at being blog curator in April, I had so much fun that, like Hermione Granger, I was immediately raising my hand to give it another go. I’m the firs...
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