The next few days the thermometer will be up to 95°. I bet you re ready for the beach, or at least the pool on the rooftop of your building! Before that please check out our recommendations for the weekend.
Patricia Earnest Suter, Russell Earnest, and Corinne Earnest tell us the truth story of Suzanna Cox. The seduction novel “The Hanging of Susanna Cox: the true story of Pennsylvania’s most Notorious infanticide & the legend that’s kept it alive” will make you read it with interest, speed, and eager to learn more about the story. (via Feminist Review)
The nonfiction collection ‘Telling Times: Writing and Living, 1954-2008′ by the South African Nobel-winning writer Nadine Gordimer can inspires you and makes you appreciate more the meaning of life. The book brings together 91 pieces from her of her nonfiction written over 55 years. (via LA Times)
Ayelet Waldman the author of the “Bad Mother” tells us what are the “Three Books For A More Honest View Of Mother” Books that tell us the truth in a sweet bitterness way but definitely joyful at the end.
A great exhibition happens at The International Museum of Women in San Fransisco until August 15th. “The Picturing Power & Potential: A Project of Economica, a large-scale juried photography exhibition with over 50 extraordinary and moving works by artists across the globe celebrating women as economic participants and agents of change!”
On June 25th the New York Community Alliance has a new conference: Effective Messaging on Women’s Issues. Keynote speaker: Avis Jones-DeWeever, PhD., Director of the Research, Public Policy, and Information Center for African American Women. Don’t miss it!
Add this to your calendar from now: on June 27th “Women’s eNews 10th Birthday Celebration!” Women’s eNews, an award-winning non-profit women’s news source, has just reached its 10th birthday and we are ready for the big party.
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