Last night I hosted the DC SheWrites.com Autumn Meet Up at Teaism (Penn Center location) in DC. Writers Evelyn Bourne (http://twitter.com/evelynwrites), and Beandria Terese (http://twitter.com/joyfullybea) joined me for tea, delicious Asian-inspired food, and great conversation. We shared news about our writing projects and traded books.
Click on the link to hear our audio blog on Cinchcast: http://www.cinchcast.com/anandaleeke/97692.
Click on the Flickr link to see photos from the meet up: http://www.flickr.com/photos/anandaleeke/sets/72157624939000297.
FYI: The next meet ups are November 29, March 29, and June 29 at Teaism, Penn Center location, 400 8th Street, NW, Washington, DC (a block from National Archives Yellow/Green Line Metro – www.teaism.com) from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.
Click on link for more information about She Writes: www.shewrites.com.
Calling all DC area women writers!
Teaism is an Asian-inspired teahouse that infuses the cultures of tea and the ideals of teaism with the informality and casualness of America. It offers Bento boxes from Japan, curries from Thailand, and tandoor breads from India. The group will meet on the lower level. Click on the link for the menu: http://www.teaism.com/Restaurant/PennQuarterMenu7.html
Kamy Wicoff, author and founder of SheWrites.com (www.shewrites.com)
Tonight I am interviewing Kamy Wicoff, one of the fabulous women I met at the BlogHer 2009 Conference (www.blogher.com), at 8:00 p.m. on Sisterhood, the Blog Radio. Kamy is an amazing author and founder of SheWrites.com (www.shewrites.com), a social networking site for women readers and writers. My interview will focus on the reasons Kamy launched SheWrites.com and lessons she learned from the BlogHer 2009 Conference. Click here to listen to the show: http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/42015. If you miss the live show, don’t panic. You can download a recording and listen to it when you have time. That’s why you gotta love Internet radio!
If you want to know more about SheWrites.com, click on the links below.
-SHE WRITES, the Site for Women Writers by Linda Lowen, About.com Guide to Women’s Issues – http://tiny.cc/nz7sm
–SheWrites.com: A salon of one’s own by Frieda Klotz, Broadsheet on Salon.com – http://tiny.cc/Sx0Je
Enjoy your day and week!
Peace and Creativity,