Featured speakers will be best-selling authors CAITLIN ROTHER (true crime) & LAUREL CORONA (historical fiction) and award-winning poet ALLISON BENIS WHITE who will speak about their own journeys as creative women. In addition, artist ROBIN WETHE ALTMAN will display some of her work, playwright THEA IBERALL will treat us to a mini-performance, harpist PAMELA BROWN will play during our champagne reception; Emcee for the salon will be editor/columnist BARBARA POTTER. This is your chance to meet your role models, develop new friendships, make important contacts, find your muse, and widen your own circle of creative women.
|CAITLIN ROTHER writes gripping true crime stories!|
"If you want an erudite and entertaining guest, Caitlin is every bit as entertaining and informative as her bestselling books." - Burl Barer, True Crime Uncensored Radio Show
|Step into the mind of a female killer!|
|The tragic Newport Beach yacht murder on board Well Deserved!|
|The controversial book about sexual predator John Gardner.|
|LAUREL CORONA writes high-quality fiction about significant women in under-valued roles.|
|ALLISON BENIS WHITE writes poetry out of memoir that can break your heart.|
|ROBIN WETHE ALTMAN appears in the Art-A-Fair and has a deep spiritual connection with her work.|
|"SUNFLOWER" by Robin Wethe Altman will be raffled off as a prize at the October 6, 2012 salon.|
|TJEA IBERALL is a performance poet and playwright.|
MEET PAMELA BROWN
|PAMELA BROWN has provided harp music at many venues throughout the county.|
MEET BARBARA POTTER
|BARBARA POTTER has a lifelong addiction to books and writing.|
Featured emcee will be Barbara Potter, columnist and editor at the Orange County Register and author of the book So She Says. "For most of my life I have had an addiction, one that has cost me some money: I can't stop buying books for my book shelves and now for my iPod Touch. My love of reading and listening to people's stories has resulted in a career as a reporter and editor for the Almanac in Pennsylvania and the Orange County Register in Southern California."
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