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Women Celebrate the ’60s &’70s on San Mateo County Fair’s Literary Stage

June 17, 2014

Written by Elise Frances Miller Though we had shared the pages of the anthology, Times They Were A-Changing: Women Remember the ’60s and ’70s (She Writes Press), my fellow memoirists and I met for the first time at the San Mateo County Fair Literary Stage on Wednesday night, June 11. We were offering Fairgoers a […]

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On the Scene at the Book Launch in Napa

January 1, 2014

Sunday, December 15, 3:00 – 5:00 pm Napa BookMine 964 Pearl Street, Napa CA 94559  Written by Patsy Ann Taylor For me, the decades of the ’60s and ’70s stand out as a time of uncertainty. As a young wife and mother I was not sure if my parents and teachers had prepared me for […]

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WOW! Blog Tour

December 8, 2013

Join us on our Blog Tour! Coordinated by WOW! Women on Writing. WOW!  http://muffin.wow-womenonwriting.com Follow along, comment, win prizes! It’s not too late! The blog tour will continue for two more weeks. It’s a great chance to share your ideas about the value of the anthology and your experience reading or contributing to the book. […]

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eBook 99 cent Sale!

November 30, 2013

Our publisher, She Writes Press (SWP), is holding a seven-day holiday sale on 18 of their titles (featured above) starting Friday, November 29th. This means that Times They Were A-Changing (along with 17 other SWP books) is available for 99 cents between November 29thand December 6th–across all eBook outlets, Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and beyond! For […]

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A Virtual Book Party

October 13, 2013

Written by Rhonda Rae Baker What happens when several women get together to celebrate the release of Times They Were A’Changing: Women Remember the ‘60s & ‘70s? The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind. Linda Joy Myers, President of National Association of Memoir Writers, opened with a moment of ‘60s music, – “Blowing […]

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On the Scene at the Anthology Book Launch in Berkeley

October 8, 2013

Written by Darlene Frank You had to arrive early to get a good seat, and an estimated 70 people squeezed into the small Books, Inc. store in Berkeley to celebrate the release of The Times They Were A-Changing. The launch party opened with the audience singing the Bob Dylan song of the book’s title. “This […]

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Times They Were A-Changing Book Launch Party | Books Inc. Berkeley, CA

September 22, 2013

 Sunday, September 29, 6:00 – 8:00 pm Books, Inc. Berkeley 1760 Fourth Street, Berkeley, CA The editors of this powerful anthology about the ’60s and ’70s invite you to join our celebration with guest authors and the editors Kate Farrell, Linda Joy Myers, and Amber Lea Starfire. The women in these powerful stories rode the […]

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Book Launch Events

August 27, 2013

As our anthology goes into final design and production, our thoughts turn to celebration! Long months of reading, selecting, editing, polishing, and proofing are almost over. Party time! This is a special book with a fabled legacy, the ’60s and ’70s. Its stories and poems evoke those times, but we hope to add a nostalgic […]

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Braving Memories by Julie Royce

April 7, 2013

Julie Royce is the winner of Prose Second Honorable Mention. Julie discusses the courage it took for her to write and then submit her personal story.  The message in my inbox read: Congratulations! It is with great pleasure that we will soon announce you as the Second Honorable Mention for Times They Were A-Changing: Women […]

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Women’s Memoirs Video Interview

November 11, 2012

If you’d like more information about the anthology, watch this lively video interview from Matilda Butler of Womens’ Memoirs Blog with Linda Joy Myers. Click here to watch. Matilda writes, “Watch the video to learn more about the anthology and how you can submit your story for consideration. You have about two months — enough time to […]

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