Jane's Stories Press Foundation
Writing that Brings Women to Life
Jane's Stories Press Foundation is an international, 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports emerging and established women writers.
WELCOME TO A WORLD-SPANNING NETWORK OF WOMEN AUTHORS!
See memories of the Jane Stories 2011 Retreat on the 2011 Retreat Page. Susanna Lang, Christine Swanberg, and Tabinda Bashir, four of the 31 authors in Jane's Stories IV: Bridges & Borders, read in the first Midwestern presentation of the "Women in Hot Water" book tour, "Cookies & Conundrums." See our Events Page. Meet Jane member Gail Denham, a artist worth knowing. More on the ﾠMembers page
Jane Member Gayle Ann Weinstein read at Side Project theater's "Kindess Festival" and can be seen on YouTube
Also, her story is slated to be published in video and text on Story Club Magazine.
Read Gayle's most recently published work: "Meet Me On The Corner," about her grandparents; 50th wedding anniversary here.
Evelyn's newest project is helping to promote the English translation of Searching for My Father, Tyrone Power by Romina Power.
If you haven't seen Glenda Bailey-Mershon's new website, take a look! Likewise, author, Jane member, and presenter at the 2011 Retreat, Georgia Anne Banks-Martin, has a new website.
Glenda Bailey-Mershon's Signing Party & Jane's Stories Fundraiser
Many thanks to all who joined us and guest of honor, Glenda Bailey-Mershon, for our recent fundraiser in Evanston. We enjoyed a selection of enviable appetizers while Glenda autographed copies of her first novel, Eve's Garden. This compelling story of three generations of a family surviving as outsiders in their communities is beautifully told. It is no surprise that Glenda is also a poet.
In addition to delighting in conversation with other book lovers we got a little history of Romani culture which will add to our appreciation of the novel. And caricaturist Marlene Goodman delighted several attendees with whimsical, yet uncanny, likenesses.
Jane's Stories Press Foundation
To Nurture Emerging and Established Women Authors
Signing/Fundraiser & Retreat ~ Smashing Successes
More photos to come! If you have pics or memories of this event, please send them to email@example.com
Story Medicine Workshop
June 5 and 6, 2015
Meta Commerse, author of The Mending Time her touching and well-written debut novel, is bringing Story Medicine to Chicago! Read more about it on our Events page.
Chicago Jane's Critique Circle
Learn more about about the meetings in Northbrook on the Members page. Author and JSPF board member Susan Winstead will be appearing at the launch event for Shifts: An Anthology of Women's Growth Through Change (edited by Michelle Duster and Trina Sotira with Jen Cullerton Johnson) which includes her piece "Tiergarten" The launch takes place on March 14th at the Oak Park Library. Join us there to support Susan. Keep an eye on the Members Page for more about Susan, another Chicago Jane. Chicago Jane Alison Fradkin is appearing onstage in the Chicago area. Learn more on our Members Page.
SAVE THIS DATE:
AUGUST 1, 2015
Jane's Stories Annual Retreat
at Hackney's on Lake
1514 E Lake Ave