Tag Archives: feminism

A FEMINIST EXTRAVAGANZA An Evening of Wild Feminist Readings at Auburn Public Theater with featured guests, including Jacqueline Cioffa

In celebration of the 2020 Centennial for Women’s Suffrage, Auburn Public Theater presented two nights of feminist readings & performances from some of the most wildly talented female writers & performing artists, both locally and regionally in CNY. I was incredibly honored and grateful to read poetry from my forthcoming book, The Shape of Us …

THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARILY FUNNY WOMEN – Advance Review

THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARILY FUNNY WOMEN – Advance Review “I know that humor does much more than entertain. It heals, it exposes truths, it allows us to talk about hard, difficult, and painful experiences, and it unites. Humor is powerful mojo, and when it’s in the hands of women- watch out.” – Sheila Moeschen “THE …

Stick to the basics with an edge

I hate shopping. Clothes shopping. I’ve been living in sweats and jeans the last five years, shopping hasn’t been a high priority. Writing does not require Couture, PJs are just fine and acceptable. Authors apparently require a bit more expansive wardrobe. Being invited to the Landmark Gala during Syracuse Fashion Week 2015 as a guest author of “The Vast …