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Women's Literary Festival

If you were able to make it to Santa Barbara this week, you may want to stay through the weekend. The city is hosting the Women's Literary Festival at Fess Parker's DoubleTree Resort. Check out the list of amazing writers who will be speaking . The event will be focusing on diversity, literacy, and social justice, and Rebecca will be reading from Baby Love for the first time, exciting in the midst of so many brilliant women! Here's a recent interview Rebecca did with the Santa Barbara Independent article. Come hang out and soak up the writerly vibes! It's sure to be an inspiring day.
February 23rd, 2007

Comments:

Comment #1 by Rebecca Walker on March 15, 2007 - 9:56am

"I'm thrilled that you were in town and that so many of us got to "meet" you this past weekend. As I told you, having purchased three of your books, I will also purchase What Makes a Man in the near future. I want to read it and then pass it on to my husband and Berkeley freshman son. My friends and I all felt inspired to learn more about you through your writing, to think about issues we would be introduced to or reminded of. One of my friends borrowed Baby Love as she is totally in that place right now, trying to decide about motherhood and if it is the right time. My other friend borrowed BW&J and I've read about 1/4 of To Be Real and am loving it. We all felt a strong heart connection with you, that you are one of the most lovable, intelligent, thoughtful and thought-provoking people we have ever met. May God bless you always, dear Rebecca! Our struggles do make us stronger, as cliche as that is, and they leave us with greater compassion.I was deeply moved by all that you shared with us and loved and recognized the wisdom of your 4 secrets to surviving the writing life"Liz Zok, Santa Barbara

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