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Welcome to our first Member Monday: Blog Roll Call!

In addition to our usual Member Monday news, updates, and interviews, we’ll be showcasLinda's head shoting your blogs.

Here’s what member Linda Rosen, who is the hospitality chair and a Great Group Reads committee member,  has to say about her blog, The Literary Leotard:

Blogging as the Literary Leotard, I weave together three of the hats I wear:  fitness professional, writer, and avid reader.  Through writers such as Dickens and Hemingway, from classics and current titles and my own manuscript, I create avenues for fitness tips – ideas easy to incorporate in your daily life.

http://www.lindarosen.blogspot.com/

If you want to be featured in the Blog Roll Call or a Member Monday interview, please send an email to blog@wnba-nyc.org.

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Julia E. Antoine has two new releases scheduled for June 15, 2012. One is a children’s picture book, Staying Safe, encouraging kids to stay safe in the home and in the neighborhood, and the other is Loving Therese, a romance novel.

Barbara Foster and co-author Michael Foster, gave a special presentation on May 19 at the Ziegfield Society on the subject of their recent biography, A Dangerous Woman: The Life, Loves, and Scandals of Adah Isaacs Menken, 1835-1868, America’s Original Superstar.

Linda Rosen invites you to troll around her website (www.linda-rosen.com) where you may read the synopsis and first chapter of her novel Flourish; Musings, her published short story; and excerpts from stories still searching for a home.

Stephany Evans at FinePrint Literary Management could not be more thrilled that client Ina May Gaskin was featured in a cover story of the Sunday New York Times Magazine, ‘Ina May Gaskin and the Battle for at-Home Births.’

Jezra Kaye‘s new novel,  The Tattooed Heart, is out in paperback and e-book. A gritty page turner set in the early days of the AIDS epidemic, it follows Gracie, a hardluck girl with a terrible secret, as she sets out to fulfill her lover Marcus’s last wish.

Lucine Kasbarian‘s Mother’s Day book review of Long Time Passing: Mothers Speak about War & Terror by Susan Galleymore (Pluto Press) appeared in Women’s International Perspective and Women’s Views on News.

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Join us tomorrow, May 23rd for WNBA-NYC Open Mike Night at KGB Bar!  We’ll be reading from  7:00 – 9:00 PM at KGB Bar, located at 85 East 4th Street, NYC.  The list of readers has been finalized, the authors are prepared, and now they just need an audience!  Look who’s reading:

Even if you’re not reading, come on down for a fun evening! Order a drink from the bar, sit back, and enjoy an evening of original work by your fellow WNBA-ers!

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