Tuesday Music Magazine, January 18th, 2011, Interview with best selling author, Kim Edwards

Date January 18, 2011

Kim Edwards

Author Kim Edwards

Kim Edwards is the author of “The Memory Keeper’s Daughter,” a 122-week New York Times bestseller. It was published in 38 other countries and was a bestseller in nine other countries. She has received high accolades for her new release, “The Lake of Dreams.” Edwards won the Whiting Award and the Nelson Algren Award for her collection of short stories, “The Secret’s of a Fire King,” which was an alternate for the 1998 PEN/Hemingway Award. Her short stories have appeared in The Best American Short Stories, Ploughshares, Zoetrope, Antaeus, Story and The Paris Review and two were performed at Symphony Space and broadcast on Public Radio International.

Edwards also teaches writing at the University of Kentucky. She appeared at the Crest Theater in Sacramento Thursday, January 20th at 7:30 PM. Elisa is offering copies of Kim’s latest book, “The Lake of Dreams.” on See Jane Do during the KVMR membership drive.




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See Jane Do Friday, October 8th Gloria Feldt: No Excuses, 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power

Date October 8, 2010

Elisa Parker speaks with Gloria about her latest book No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Thing About Power. Gloria pulls no punches in her new book, which encourages women to step into positions of power and leadership – now!

She provides inspiration, hope and courage – as well as concrete “power tools” – the 9 ways, with one highlighted in each chapter – to aid women in securing equality and justice for themselves.

“One of those books that has the power to change your life. It’s challenging and smart, but most important, it gives you actual tools you can use to walk in your own power.”

- Jane Fonda




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See Jane Do Wednesday, October 6th October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Date October 6, 2010

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month but for many, awareness isn’t enough anymore. With breast cancer rates on the rise women and men across the country are doing extraordinary things to battle this disease including setting a deadline to end breast cancer once and for all. Join host Elisa Parker with special guests Fran Visco, President of the National Breast Cancer Coalition, Cathy Anderson-Meyers, founder of the Barbara Schmidt Triathlon, and other courageous women.




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See Jane Do, Wednesday, September 22nd, Mentoring Girls for Social Change

Date September 22, 2010

From runaway rebel to citizen activist. Empowering and mentoring young girls for social change is a catalyst in reshaping our future for the better. Join host Elisa Parker with special guests, Whitney Smith founder of Girls for a Change, Jennifer Siebold Newsom, First Lady of San Francisco, Jennifer Litton-Singer executive director of the Friendship Club and several extraordinary young women.




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See Jane Do, Wednesday June 2nd See Jane's Economic Influence

Date June 2, 2010

On this episode of See Jane Do join us on our journey to discover how women’s economic influence is transforming the world. Participate in the Caring Campaign with best selling author Riane Eisler and learn how to unleash your economic power with author, Maddy Dychtwald. Balance a budget and run for office with Nevada State Treasurer, Kate Marshall and uncover the secrets to making a million with entrepreneur, Gina Robison-Billups.




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See Jane Do, Monday March 8th, 2010: Creating a Legacy with Maria Shriver

Date March 8, 2010

A special News presentation of See Jane Do for Monday March 8th, 2010: Creating a Legacy with Maria Shriver

See Jane Do team traveled to our state’s capitol to participate in A Day at the Museum to celebrate Women’s History Month hosted by Maria Shriver. Thousands of women attended while Ms. Shriver acknowledged the great service women are providing in California. The day included panel discussions, female filmmakers, a dedication to women serving in the military and a wrap up discussion with Maria Shriver, Lisa Ling, Erin Brockovich, Sally Wright, and Rita Moreno.




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