Coming Out of the Closet - For Good

Writing a memoir about adoption means I'm slowly coming out of the Adoption Closet. You might have thought that happened long ago but I've kept the door ajar, running back into the closet whenever a relative or society disapproves of my sharing honest feelings. Half-in, half-out: An awkward position to be in. This weekend, I'm presenting at the Adoption Crossroads Conference in New York City with a panel of veteran memoir writers: Betty Jean Lifton, author of Twice Born: Memoirs of an Adopted Daughter, and Carol Schaefer, author of The Other Mother: A Woman's Love for the Child She Gave Up for Adoption. The session is called Memoir: Adoption Reunion's Final Frontier. I think I'm ready to

Last Call at the Marble Bar at the Kennedy Center

If you don't have plans for Labor Day Weekend, please come to the readings of our plays at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Annual Page-to-Stage Festival, Sunday, Sept 5, 2-6 pm, in the Terrace Gallery. ABG Playwrights (formerly WWWG) present: 4:00 P.M. - LAST CALL AT THE MARBLE BAR by Nicole Burton Directed by Sheilah Crossley-Cox Act 1 of the fantastical story of a violent crime as (if) told by Fellini 2:00 P.M. - ALL THE SINS OF MY PAST LIFE by Patricia Connelly Directed by Nancy Robillard A young woman’s discovery of a horrifying secret about herself pits a daughter against her mother, destroys her marriage, and shatters the young woman's deep religious faith.

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