Thursday, June 7, 2018
Doors open at 6:30, show at 7pm
The Sea of Glass Center for the Arts
330 E. 7th Street
$10 adults, $7 students
Purchase tickets at the door.
Curated by Tony Paniagua
De Anne Dwight (“D”) is currently a registered nurse working for the University of Arizona department of Family and Community Medicine, teaching health and wellness to people living with mental illness. She is actively involved in the community volunteering with youth, adults in recovery, and serving in a congregation on the welcome committee.
Terry Filipowicz: At home in newsrooms, college classrooms, and book publishing, I’m connecting cool people with other cool people and writing multi-platform content. I’m building a media EMPIRE because I want to use my powers for good. I scuba dive, Irish dance, and do genealogy. I wish I could sing well.
Lavina Tomer has lived in Tucson since 1972 when she drove from Connecticut to Tucson in five days. She has been an activist in the feminist, lesbian feminist and LGBTQI movements since 1973.Lavina retired from her 35-year career as a massage therapist in 2012. She has been a loyal and committed volunteer for Southern Arizona Senior Pride since 2014.
An avid observer of people, Ethel Lee-Miller often encourages folks to find just one commonality to create a relationship. And yet one of her most special relationships has been one where it was really hard, but necessary, to be different. She currently writes and lives with her husband in Tucson, always finding seeds for stories in observing people around her. Some might say she’s nosy, she labels it discerning. Whether writing or speaking, Ethel Lee-Miller has been having a love affair… with words, for more than a decade, resulting in two published books, inclusion in several anthologies, writing workshop seminars, online journals and 100s of blog essays, Facebook posts, and a growing number of tweets. She shares many of these stories in her books, Thinking of Miller Place andSeedlings: Stories of Relationships.
Also, Vic Roych, Jamie Salmen and Stephen Hall
More info: Odyssey Storytelling website