The Enormous Heart

The Enormous Heart

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Hi, this is Marlene,
I invite you to join me in changing your world to become a much brighter place - one BrightSpot at a time

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About the Author : June Gould

June S. Gould, Ph.D. has been a workshop leader for the International Women's Writing Guild for twenty-four years, and is the author of Improving Your Writing Childhood Memories, E.P. Dutton. Besides being a keynote speaker for; The IWWG's Big Apple Writing Conferences, The Yeshiva University Museum, The Museum of Jewish Heritage at Battery Park,Fairfield University, Southern Connecticut State University, and Manhattanville College, she has also led writing workshops in Greece for The Aegean Arts Circle, for the New York National Council of Jewish Women, and at libraries, colleges and Holocaust museums throughout the United States. She currently leads an Advanced Writing Workshop at Shetler Studios in New York City. She received a grant from The Westchester Holocaust Center to research and visit Polish concentration camps. The results of her research are two books; her recently finished novel, A Train is Waiting, and the co-authored book of Holocaust poetry, Counting the Stones, Shadow Press, with Barbara Hyde Haber and Ruth Steinberg. Ten of her poems appear in The Poets' Round Table, a woman's anthology and an outgrowth of an ongoing poetry critique led by Susan Baugh at IWWG. She is also the Editor of Extraordinary Women: Important Lives, Xlibris, that grew out of her four years of leading a memoir writing class for the National Council of Jewish Women, New York.

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