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May 11, 2018 - Greenwich Pen Women Members Linda Hortick and professional photographers Kathy DiGiovanna and Mary Alice Fisher at Indian Harbor Yacht Club’s first Amateur Photography Contest. Linda was one of the contestants, Kathy was one of the judges, and Mary Alice was the Committee Chair for the event.

Linda Hortick, Kathy DiGiovanna and Mary Alice Fisher (Photo by Mary Alice Fisher)

Nancy Burke has written a short essay, “Hooting at the Full Moon,” for the Little Moose/ACL Newsletter. Nancy will let us know when it is published, but she thought we might enjoy a “sneak peak.” It’s short, so here it is:

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This information arrived late but GPW didn’t want to forget that: Maria Friscia was juried into the Stamford Art Association's “19th Annual Vivian and Stanley Reed Marine Show.” The exhibit ran through May.

Lynn Garelick, docent at the Bruce Museum, will be conducting the weekly docent tour at the museum on Friday, June 8th starting at 12:30 PM.

Leigh Grant’s book, Mask of Dreams, was awarded The Chatelaine Book Awards Grand Prizes for Romantic Fiction and Women’s Fiction.

Sarah Darer Littman’s book BACKLASH was voted a 2018 Louisiana Young Readers’ Choice Honor Book for 6-8th grade. It has also been nominated for the Tween Book category of the 2019 Arizona Grand Canyon Reader Award. Both of these awards are voted on by teen readers, which makes them extra special. Sarah recently slept overnight at Windham High School’s Lock In For Literacy, an annual event to promote reading and literacy. 


Stasha Healy reminds us: Greenwich Historical Society and Greenwich Magazine
are running a photo contest and we are looking for submissions. Highlights are attached:

This Place Matters Photo Contest
Photo needs to be of Greenwich and 300 dpi
Submit to shealy@greenwichhistory.org

Deadline July 6
Top 3 photos will be published in Greenwich Magazine and displayed at the new campus of the
Greenwich Historical Society opening this fall.

I know we have amazing photographers in this group and I would love to see some submissions from you! Please spread the word. I've only received one photo that's 300 dpi so far. You have to adjust your camera settings to take the photo at 300 dpi -- that's the size that will look good in print.
Full contest details: http://greenwichhistory.org/blog/tpm2018/