WOMEN OF OUR WORDS

Women of Our Words

FREE EVENT
Date: Sunday – September 30
Time: 1:30 PM
Venue: Milford Theater

Moderator: Judy White

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Tina Alexis Allen

Tina Alexis Allen

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Suzi Banks

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Linda Schreyer

Linda Schreyer is an author, television/screenwriter, and writing teacher. She began her career as a music composer, studying music with Steve Reich, and Phillip Glass. She composed film scores, and television commercials, and was nominated for a few Clios (most notably, When the Heat Hits The Streets – Laura Branigan for Chrysler). In the 80’s, her career as a writer shifted to words instead of music. She has been nominated for a Writers Guild Award, and received both a Christopher Award and an Ollie Award. In 2004 she traveled to Moscow for Sony Pictures Television International to teach screenwriting. Her most recent novel, Tears and Tequilla (2012) has been optioned as a television series.

Linda lives in Los Angeles.

Angela M. Giles

Angela M. Giles

Angela M Giles work appears online at The Nervous Breakdown, Literary Mothers, Medium: Human Parts as well as other journals. She has been featured in print at The Healing Muse and is a contributor to Shades of Blue, an anthology on depression and suicide from Seal Press. Angela is also an editor at The Manifest-Station.

Angela prides herself on being exactly who she is: An accidental warrior working to make grace and kindness sexy again. Her full-time passion is her son, who is proof that her heart exists outside her body.

Angela lives in Massachusetts where she conquers the world, one day at a time.

Alexia LaFortune

Is the author of Sex, Love, and Spirit: A Memoir. LaFortune is devoted to the transformative power of the creative arts. With an MA, in Developmental Clinical Psychology, MARI, FAMI, she is a therapist, writing coach and screenwriter. Her personal essays have been published internationally and she conducts creativity workshops nationally. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband – and in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Julia Maloney

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