Current Member News
Jean P. Moore is pleased to share news of her July-August publications: “Hiking the Cobble,” a sonnet, appeared in Mass Poetry, “Poem of the Moment” (now archived Alphabetically) www.masspoetry.org. Two memoir pieces about caring for a parent with Alzheimer’s appeared in two separate journals. “Calling Home” appeared in Prime Women primewomen.com and “My Mother’s Keys” appeared in Third Age https://thirdage.com/blog/my-mothers-keys/.
Jean P. Moore’s flash fiction, “The Limoges Vase,” was published, July 14, by Fiction Southeast. Visit: https://fictionsoutheast.com/the-limoges-vase/.
Among the Pen Women artists who appeared in the late July juried Greenwich Arts Society Show, were Lynn Garelick, Margaret Esme Simon, Heather Sandifer and Annette Voreyer.
It is with great sadness that we report the passing, last month, of John Stauffer, the husband of long-time member Valerie Stauffer. Our most heartfelt condolences go to her and her family.
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Leslee Asch is one of the co-curators at the Greenwich Library’s Flinn Gallery “looking forward, looking back” art show. Opening reception: Thursday, September 6th, from 6-8 PM.
Maria C. Friscia is having a solo show, “Natura”, at the Stamford Mayor's Gallery (10th floor, Government Center, 888 Washington Blvd.) from September 7 - October 26. The show features both acrylic and oil paintings. Reception: Thursday, September 13, from 5:30 – 7 PM. Gallery hours, weekdays: 9 AM – 4 PM, with parking on site and handicap accessible. Information: 203-858-3082.
Jean P. Moore will be a featured author on the Hank Garner Podcast series, September 5, 11 AM. Visit: https://hankgarner.com.
Jean P. Moore is also pleased to announce the launch of her new novel, Tilda’s Promise, September 27, at the Stamford Barnes & Noble, 100 Grayrock Place, 7 – 8 PM. All Greenwich Pen Women are invited to attend and to bring along friends. There will be a book party immediately following at the Capital Grille, 230 Tresser Blvd., Stamford. (An email invitation is forthcoming, but an early RSVP would be most appreciated: firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Doris Mady would love to have a poem, lyric, or painting from members to show off the talents of our fellow GPW. The theme would relate to the months of the year. Her email is: email@example.com.