Jane's Stories Press Foundation

Evelyn Eman Delmar's Book.ed
will RERUN Jane's Stories IV: Bridges and Borders
in Interview with JSPF President Shobha Sharma
Hope you had a chance to see the "live" Book.ed presentation of Evelyn Eman Delmar's interview of Dr. Shobha Sharma, JSPF President and co-editor of Jane's Stories anthology: Jane's Stories IV Bridges & Borders interview JSIV last year. If Not you'll have another chance on MONDAY, November 3rd. ​The repeat schedule is on your left!  

EVELYN EMAN DELMAR 
A native New Yorker, Evelyn has been a Jane for many years. A mainstay of the Chicago Janes, she often opened her home to our Circle. A master of Flash Fiction, she may one day let you read her "ode to the Mini Cooper." Certainly, you will see a lot of her writing in print soon.

DR. SHOBHA SHARMA
Shobha came to this country over thirty years ago with chemistry on her mind. After raising two boys, she found she had time and passion Shobha Sharma for writing. Some of her short stories and poems were published (one by Hatchett Book Group a few years back) and also by Jane's Stories Press Foundation. She is currently the president of JSPF busy promoting the newest anthology: Jane Stories IV: Bridges and Borders. When time permits, she is also working on her short stories and three novels. You can still purchase her chapbook Kitchen Stories on our publications page when you buy your own copy of JSPF's latest anthology!

BOOK.ED
The goal of Book.ed is to connect Authors & Their Books with Book Lovers. Book.ed Every Monday night, a new edition is launched on the internet where it remains accessible 24/7. Each show plays once on UStream, the world's fastest-growing and largest live streaming platform with over 50 million unique monthly viewers. At the same time, it appears (and remains) on the Book.Ed and Fenmark websites. At the same time, it appears (and remains) in the archives.

The Book.ed website offers the most options: watch shows, read book excerpts, order books, read Evelyn's weekly blog, & learn more about Book.ed. The most current show can be seen by clicking "Watch Show". It can also be seen, along with all previous shows, by clicking on "Archives". To select a show in the "Archives", just click on the thumbnail photo that lists the show you want to see. If you want to read a book excerpt or buy a book, click on the tab that says "Book Excerpts". Feel free to leave a comment and subscribe to Evelyn's Blog (free) with RSS. This venture has been in the making for nearly a year. It is still evolving, always improving. Please, Enjoy & Help Spread the Word!

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Meet Gail Denham
Author and Fellow Jane

Jane member Gail Denham, of Sunriver Oregon, has racked up a impressive accumulation of recent accomplishments in the last 3-5 months. Her photo of a flower against a stone wall is used on the cover of ENCORE, the National Poetry Association Anthology for 2012 She has three photos and a poem called "Kids in the Crazy Zone." in Handful of Dust, an on-line publication; in addition, Sandcutters Anthology used her poem "Ever the Same."Also Denham came in 2nd in the Harp String Journal contest (Florida) with her poem titled "Can't Win," won two honorable mentions in short story contest, took 4th place in a New Hampshire contest with a poem "Last Chance;" and won the 2013 Native American Poet Laureate Award from White Buffalo News with a poem "We Run, The Deer and I." From Sunriver Oregon, Gail has placed pieces in two Silver Boomer Books which used her poems in their anthologies On Our Own and Flashlight Memories. Her photographs have bee published in a wide variety of publications, nationally and internationally over 30 years. In addition, she leads writing workshops at Northwest writing conferences. A hint to her prolific publications: she enters contests through CLMP's Creative Writers Opportunities List, which is one of the sources we use for Ready Set Send.
photo credit: Gail Denham
Jane Member Gail Duberchin
Reading Available on YouTube!

​Gail Duberchin, writer name of Gayle Ann Weinstein, read her nonfiction piece "Moraine Hills State Park" at Side Project Theater as part of The Kindness of Strangers: A Festival of Storytelling on October 29, 2013. Gail joined more than thirty storytellers converging on Chicago for this three-week festival featuring first-time and experienced tellers. HER PERFORMACE IS NOW AVAILABLE ON YOUTUBE! This story is now slated to be published in video and text on Story Club Magazine.

Gayle's nonfiction vignette, "Meet Me On The Corner," was accepted for publication by Persimmon Tree Literary Magazine in June of 2013 and  is now available on the Persimmon Tree website. Her first fiction piece, "American Buddha," which won first place in Jane's Stories Bite Size Contest, was published by Jane's Stories Press in February 2008. In March 2008, she spent two weeks at Ragdale Artist's Colony (Lake Forest, IL), and she received a Creative Writing Certificate from the University of Chicago in 2009. Previously she has been a reader for Other Voices (Univ. of Ill. literary magazine) and Narrative Magazine. 


Hope you'll log in to celebrate our fellow Jane.
Longtime Janes supporter  Evelyn Eman Delmar, founder of Book.ed, reports a very successful launch of Searching for My Father, Tyrone Power by Romina Power. Evelyn is the guiding force behind the self-published updated English language version of Romina’s 1998 Italian bestseller, Cercando Mio Padre. A collector’s quality limited first edition is being sold exclusively at Tyrone Power Centennial Events around the U.S. celebrating the actor’s 100th birthday. Mass market editions, available online and in stores, are scheduled for publication later this year. To read a review of the limited first edition by film historian and writer Matthew Hoffman, visit http://parkridgeclassicfilm.com/blog/.

For more information about centennial events and the book, contact Evelyn at: tyronepower.firstedition@gmail.com.


Book events photos by Sara Fenwick
Tyrone Power and his daughters Romina (L) and Taryn (R)
(left to right) Broadway producer Michael Butler, Evelyn Eman Delmar and Taryn Power Greendeer, at the Pickwick Theatre
Tyrone Power IV, Evelyn Eman Delmar, Maria Ciaccia and Brian Sweeney (Movie Memories), Taryn Power Greendeer, Romina Power at the Lincoln Theatre.
Evelyn Eman Delmar and the book!
​Roberta Burton's The Burgundy Briefcase
Jane Member Roberta Burton's debut novel The Burgundy Briefcase will become available in Kindle on Amazon October 1st and the print version will follow soon. It's about a widowed doctoral student who uses her relationship and the marriage and family program, to discover her faulty beliefs and the flawed meanings she makes from them. Roberta has an M.A. in clinical Psychology and a Ph.D in Marriage and Family Therapy. Her professional interests are the mind/body/spirit connection, addiction and recovery through the 12-Step programs, family violence, and how stress causes illness. Winner of the first Place for Flash Fiction, "The Do It Yourself Project" (2009) TWA Seven Hills contest. And, yes, the heroine of The Burgundy Briefcase is based on her -- though the story became more and more fictionalized are she proceeded.
Evelyn Eman and the Tyrone Power Centennial
Evelyn has produced a video about Tyrone Power for the rest of the Centennial Tour. You can see it here.
October 18th, Milwaukee -- the Charles Allis Art Museum for the public event. One can also get information at their website​.

October 19th, Milwaukee -- This is a closed event, only for members of the FOOFs (Friends of Old Films club).

November 13th-15th, Hollywood -- Events seem to still be a bit fluid. More info to come.
Tour Events:
October 13th and 20th
  Coming Out Can Be Murder 
October 27th
  Broadway at 77th
November 3rd 
  Bridges and Borders
November 10th
November 10th
   Echoes of Earth
November 17th and 24th
  Tell My Sons